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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Life Cycle Of A StarBy: Tanner Walker 1. Nebula First, a star is born out of a cloud ofgas and dust called a nebula. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. 2. Main Sequence 3. Red Giant A red giant star is a dying star in thelast stages of stellar evolution. In only a few billionyears, our own sun will turn into a red giantstar, expand and swallow up the inner planets, maybe even Earth. A white dwarf, also calleda degenerate dwarf, is astellar remnant composed mostly ofelectron-degenerate matter. 4. White Dwarf 5. Black Dwarf A black dwarf is awhite dwarf that has cooleddown to the temperature ofthe cosmic microwave background, and so is invisible. 5. Supernova a star may completely runout of hydrogen in itscore and lack the massto force higher elements intoa fusion reaction. Then, ifa supernova occurs, the stargets hotter and thicker. Which makes it explode. 6. Neutron Stars A neutron star is atype of stellar remnant thatcan result from the gravitationalcollapse of a massive starafter a supernova. Neutron stars are the densest and smallest stars known to exist inthe universe. 7. Quasars Quasars, or quasi-stellar radiosources are the most energeticand distant members of aclass of objects called activegalactic nuclei. 8. Black Hole Black holes are the coldremnants of former stars, so dense that no matter, noteven light is able toescape their gravitational pull. Main sequence stars can vary in size, mass and brightness,but theyre doing the same thing: converting hydrogen into heliumin their cores, releasing a lot of energy.
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