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Life Cycle of a Star

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Rose Koppelman

on 20 May 2015

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Transcript of Life Cycle of a Star

A protostar comes after the stellar nebula, it is the early stage of the formation of a star.
Massive Star
Next, is a massive star. After the protstar is done forming it forms into either massive or average. The massive however is much larger, brighter, fuses faster, and dies more "dramatically."
Red Super Giant
A red super giant is when a star reaches its older years, it runs out of helium fuel in its core, and the star's core starts to collapse and heat up. This causes it to expand.
A supernova is the explosion of a star and it radiates more energy than its entire life span.
Black Hole
A black hole is the end of the star's life, and it bascially is invisble and has such a strong gravitational pull, nothing can escape, not even light.
Stellar Nebula
A stellar nebula is where gas and dust gather so that stars can be made. This is the first stage of any star.
Life Cycle of a Star
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