In our Galaxy, red dwarfs are most often found among stars. Why, when viewed from the outside, is its color close to yellow?

The luminosity of red dwarfs is thousands of times less than the luminosity of the Sun. Therefore, despite the fact that they constitute the majority of the stellar population of the Galaxy, their contribution to its luminosity and color is small.

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