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apparent magnitude a star would have if placed at standard distance 10 parsecs from earth
difference between apparent and absolute magnitude. equivilent to distance by the inverse-square law
observational bias in which a measured property of a collection of objects is due to the way in which the easurement was made, rather than being intrinsic to the objects themselves
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