How does the luminosity and temperature of main sequence stars depend on their mass?

The stars of the main sequence with a higher mass in a stationary state have both a higher luminosity and a higher temperature. This is due to the fact that in more massive stars of the main sequence, thermonuclear reactions of the synthesis of helium from hydrogen proceed more intensively.

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