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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Supernova Nebula: The nebula then turns into a small to average size mass protostar, like the Sun. Life Cycle of a Star Average Mass Main Sequence Red Giants/Supergiants A cloud inouter space made up of dust, hydrogen, helium, and plasma. A supergiant then turns into a supernova explosion. The star was expanding, and now it collapses inwards. It creates one of the biggest explosions ever. It is the end of the star. Both average mass and high mass stars go through this stage (where the sun is today). This is where hydrogen and helium are being fused. High Mass The nebula can also turn into a high mass protostar, where the diameter is 25 times larger than the Sun's. Planetary Nebula A red giant then turns into a planetary nebula. The fusion has stopped, and the outer shell of the planetary nebula has been blown into space. It's the end of the star. Isha Smith White Dwarf The planetary nebula then becomes a white dwarf. It is essentially the core of the planetary nebula. Very hot, and very dense. Now, it is the beginning of the end. The star is running out of fuel. The supergiants expand and useup lots of fuel very rapidly. Neutron Star Super massive stars then be-come neutron stars, which are just super dense & super hot. Black Hole The super, super, SUPER massive stars become really fascinating objects: black holes. They are so dense that not even light can pass through!! It is, however, smaller than the Earth.
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