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Caption: Illustration of stars which are larger and smaller than the sun. The star in the background is Mu Cephei, a red supergiant star, 1,200 times the size of the sun. On the right of the illustration, the largest stars are depicted, from bottom to top : -Betelgeuse (a red supergiant star, 400 times the size of the sun) -Canopus (a yellow supergiant star, 150 times the size of the sun) -Aldebaran (an orange-red giant star; 45 larger than the sun) -Arcturus (an orange-red giant star, 25 times the size of the sun) The sun is depicted by the small white dot at the upper left of Arcturus. On the left of the illustration are the smaller stars (in this part of the illustration, the sun is depicted by the star in the background): -Barnard's star (a red dwarf star,

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