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All stars end their lives the same way as a Supernovae

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Antonio Ramirez

on 1 May 2015

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Transcript of All stars end their lives the same way as a Supernovae

All stars end their lives the same way as a Supernovae
Evidence
False about the claim
Only a supernovae occurs when a giant ends their life . A star can end its life by becoming a black hole , becoming a black dwarf, or back to a nebula after blows up by the supernovae.
Hypothesis
People might have thought, in the past, since humans die eventually, humans thought that stars had the same life cycle
Information
When stars stop making light and heat so it falls into itself, and after that, it explodes. The star can have a gravitational collapse of the core of a massive star or by the re-ignition of the fusion. This can cause a white dwarf. The second case can cause a Supernovae explosion.
Not all stars end in supernovae, they can end up in a black hole or a white dwarf.
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