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Space

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Transcript of Space

Space
Space stretches out forever. There is no end.
Space
Scientists are not sure if the stars and galaxies stretch out forever.
Stars
There are an incredible amount of stars in space. As well as different types of stars.
Space
Space
Space is the massive plain in which everything is in.
Stars
The yellow dwarf star
Example: The Sun
Yellow
Dwarf Star
The
yellow
dwarf star is the main sequence of a star.
Also is small
The Sun
The
sun
provides warmth to all the planets in our solar system.
By: Brandon Paquette
& Nick Dyer

The Sun
The
sun
is around 97% of our solar systems mass.
The Sun
The outside layer of the sun is about
10,000 degrees
The Sun
A million earth's couldn't even fit inside the sun
Red

Dwarf Star
Red
dwarfs are small a bit bigger than
yellow

dwarfs.
Red
Dwarf Star
They are also cool. They are the main sequence only when the surface temperature reaches
4,000 K
Red
Giant
Red

giants are old
Red
Giant
The diameter is almost 100 times larger than the original.
Red
Giant
The average temperature for a
red
giant is around
6,500 K
Betelgeuse
Blue
Giant
Blue

giants are massive stars and are very hot
Blue
Giant
These stars burn mostly helium
Super Giant
Super giants are extremely massive stars
Super Giant
Some are larger than our own galaxy
White
Dwarf Star
These stars are very small and very dense
White
Dwarf Star
They are also very
hot
and
burn
mostly carbon
Brown
Dwarf Star
The mass is too small to have any nuclear activity in the stars core
Brown
Dwarf Star
The temperature and pressure of the star is not readable
Neutron Star
A very small star
The diameter of this star is about 5-10 miles
The crust is one of those miles
Neutron Star
Pulsar Star
These stars spin extremely fast sending out pulses of energy.
Comets
Comets are made up of a bundle of different gases that have been frozen.
They melt as they travel through space.
Comets
Some comets are very huge.
Some can be 1 million miles long
Comets
Comets can lead to meteorite showers from the debris of the comet melting
Meteorite
A meteorite is a piece of material from an asteroid or meteor
Meteorite
Meteorites can be found anywhere on Earth ANYWHERE.
Meteor
A meteor is a much larger version of a meteorite
Meteor
Meteors can leave massive craters in the Earth
Meteor
If a large meteor hits the water it could cause anything from waves to a whole tsunami
Black Holes
Black holes start out as a small pin point and get larger as they suck more in
Black Holes
when black holes suck in something large it releases X-ray light beams.
Earth
Sun
Center
X-ray light
Starr zanes
the star of the day
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