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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 NebulaA nebula is a cloud of gas and dust in space. Nebulae are the birthplaces of stars.There are different types of nebula. An Emission Nebula e.g. such as Orion nebula, glows brightly because the gas in it is energizedby the stars that have already formed within it. The Life Cycle of a Star By:Lucian Blakely SupernovaThis is the explosive death of a star,and often results in the star obtaining the brightness of 100 million suns for a short time.And what happens next depends on whether it is big or small White dwarfThese are very cool, faint and small stars,approximately one tenth the mass and diameter of the Sun. They burn very slowly and have estimated lifetimes of 100 billion years. StarA star is a luminous globe of gas producing its own heat and light by nuclear reactions.They are born from nebulae and they are made mostly of hydrogen and helium gas. Surface temperatures range from 2,000C to above 30,000C, and there colors range from red to blue-white. Black hole 2 of 2 things it can turn intoBlack holes are believed to form from massive stars at the end of their life times.The gravitational pull in a black hole is so great that nothing can escape from it, not even light. The density of matter in a black hole cannot be measured. Black holes distort the space around them, and can often suck neighboring matter, planets, and stars into them. Nutron star 1 of 2 things it can turn intoThese stars are composed mainly of neutrons and are produced when a supernova explodes, forcing the protons and electrons to combine to produce a neutron star. Neutron stars are very dense. Typical stars having a mass of three times the Sun but a diameter of only 20 km. If its mass is any greater, its gravity will be so strong that it will shrink further to become a black hole. Pulsars are believed to be neutron stars that are spinning very rapidly. Red giantThis is a large bright star with a cool surface.It is formed during the later stages of the evolution of a star like the Sun,as it runs out ofhydrogen fuel at its centre. Red giants have diameter's between 10 and 100 times that of the Sun. They are very bright because they are so large,although their surface temperature is lower than that of the Sun Credits google images wikipedia
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