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Stars

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jessica ellefson

on 3 February 2014

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Transcript of Stars

Nebulae
Eagle Nebulae
Main Sequence
Stars
Giant or Super
Giant Stars
Faint or Virtually Dead Stars
Binary Stars
Variable Stars
Luminosity: How bright the star is.
Spectral class: A way to classify a star.
Absolute magnitude: How large a star appears
from 32.6 light-years away.
Black holes
Neutron stars
Black dwarfs
Star less than 1 1/2 times the mass of our sun
Red giant
Planetary Nebula
White dwarf
Black dwarf
Star 1 1/2 to 3 times the mass of our sun
Red supergiant
Supernova
Neutron star
Stars 3 times the mass of our sun
Red supergiant
Supernova
Black hole
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