How does apparent stellar magnitude differ from absolute stellar magnitude?

Absolute stellar magnitude is the stellar magnitude that a star would have if it was 10 pc from the Earth. It serves as a measure of the luminosity of a star. Apparent magnitude is the magnitude that we see.

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