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Thursday April 6th, 2017
Transcript of Thursday April 6th, 2017
V: Level 0
P:Answer the following in your notebook and date.
What did you do science related over break? Did you go outside? See wildlife? See the stars at night? What is something you noticed. Write down for a coin.
Monday April 17th, 2017
Star Death- Mini Lesson
For a week or so, the supernova outshines all of the other stars in its galaxy. Then it quickly fades. All that is left is a tiny, dense object – a neutron star or a black hole – surrounded by an expanding cloud of very hot gas.
After a Supernova occurs...
1. Hand in if you havent handed in your article.
2. Recieve the photo of the star cycle from Mr. Barber.
3. Cut and paste the photo into your notebook a better idea of what was explained today.
4. After completed wrap up will be
CMT SPORCLE REVIEW FOR COINS-
Most stars take millions of years to die. When a star like the Sun has burned all of its hydrogen fuel, it expands to become a red giant. This may be millions of kilometres across - big enough to swallow the planets Mercury and Venus.
After puffing off its outer layers, the star collapses to form a very dense white dwarf.
Nuetron Star is the collapsed core of a large (10–29 solar masses) star. Neutron stars are the smallest and densest stars known to exist.
The most common way for a black hole to form is probably in a supernova, an exploding star. When a star with about 25 times the mass of the Sun ends its life, it explodes.