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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Large Star path Part 1 Average Star or Massive Star Regular Star pathPart 1 Regular Star path Part 2 Large Star pathPart 2 Nebula Stars are formed when a nebulae collapses and a dense hot core forms and starts to collect dust and gasses. From here the size it expands too will decide whatit will end of becoming. Two seperate paths The Planetary Nebula will then compact into a very dense ball of energy which is very hot. This is the final stage until it completely runs out of energy and becomes a black dwarf White Dwarf Planetary Nebula A massive expansion When a Super Redgiant reaches its limit it collapses into a large explosion that briefly outshines the whole universe. In its wake leaves one of two options. Supernova This is the final stage of the large starsNeutron Stars: These are the most dense and smallest stars to exist. Smaller Super Red giants are what turns into these.Black Holes: These are created by the largest of large Super Red giant. The gravitational pull is so strong that even light cant escape Neutron Stars/BlackHoles After about 10 billion years of the formation of a star, after the temperature of a star reaches a certain level does it expand greatly about 100 or 1000 times greater then its original size depending on the size of the original star What is a Nebula? *resources The Life Cycle of a Star From creation to death A Nebula is an interstellar cloud in Space made up of dust, hydrogen, and helium gases. One can be formed when materials in space get clumped together. Red Giant/Super Redgiant Protostars When the Nebula Collapses the surrounding gases start to clump together to form a protostar. The beginning for a star Smaller stars like our sunwill follow this path andwhen it runs out of energyit will collapse into a planetarynebula
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