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The Apparent Magnitude of Stars Calculator will calculate the:

- Apparent magnitude of a star when its illumination (brightness) is known

**Calculation Parameters:** None of the values can be zero

Apparent magnitude of the star (m) |

m = -2.5 log b - 19 m = -2.5 × log( ) - 19m = -2.5 × - 19m = |

Apparent Magnitude Of Stars Calculator Input Values |

Illumination of the star (b) lux |

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m = -2.5 log b - 19

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