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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Life Cycle of a Star Nebula - 1 A star is born within anebula. A nebula is a cloud of hydrogen, gas, and dust.They grow in clusters within the nebula, andthey slowly drift apart. Red Giants - 2 As stars get older, they cool off, grow up to 100xbigger, and turn red in color.These are called red giants.They start blowing off manybursts of hot gasses into space.When it has shed its outer layers,the flaming hot core makes surrounding cloud of differentgasses glow. White Dwarf - 3 A white dwarf star is theend of a small star's life.When it becomes one,it runs out of hydrogencompletely in its core.It will also start to collapse inwardly underits own gravity and after a while, the starwill slowly cool downuntil it is the same temperature as the universe. Supernova - 4 A red giant star becomesa supernova. The star gets hotter and thicker and there is iron inside thatsoaks up its energy.It releases all the energyand explodes! It is so bright that it can lightup the sky for weeks. Neutron Star - 5 Afterwards, if the star dies in the supernova, the remaining core becomesa neutron star! Its really exotic because the core is made entirely out of neutrons. The crazy gravity crushes the protons and electrons making neutrons. It collapses under its own gravity. Black Hole - 6 If the star was big enough,which would be 8 times bigger than the sun, they become black holes.It has such a stronggravitational pull thatno object nor light can escape. Cat's Eye Nebula Red Giant White Dwarf Supernova Neutron Star Black Hole Quasar - 7 Before a star shootsoff into a black hole,they give of tons of energy in a burst oflight and radio waves.All the energy comes outand it's called a quasar.They are about the size ofour solar system, and have more mass than amillion suns. Quasar
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