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Planets and Stars

results of planets and stars

thames thames

on 4 October 2015

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Transcript of Planets and Stars

How does planets reborn?
How does meteorite's come from?
Meteorites comes from any Galaxy in the Universe.
As while as one of the planet (star) explodes, it makes a lot of them. Some are bigger, some are smaller, its the pieces from any planet or star, we call this big rock is a meteorite.And when it crashes into a planet, It makes more.
How does a new born planet look like?
A new planet is created by a big (Giant) star explodes. This is the Earth 240 years ago.
planet is a sphere which is big and round. It's doesn't shine's, and there are more of random stuff created by star dust.There are more planets in the universe (GALAXY).
A star is as a planet, but some times its ...times Bigger then a planet, and which it glows by its self.
Universe is similar to a galaxy, its created by many stars. Its shiny, because its created by many stars.
Planets and Stars
by Frankie Kuo

When a star's fuel has been spent, it explodes into a giant fireball known as a supernova, producing the brilliance of multiple suns and sometimes outshining entire galaxies. How these explosions occur has been a subject of observational and theoretical study for decades. In recent years, advances in supercomputing have enabled astronomers to simulate the internal conditions of stars with increasing sophistication, helping them to better understand the mechanics of stellar explosions. Yet, many details of what goes on inside a star leading up to an explosion, as well as how that explosion unfolds, remain a mystery.
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