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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 ~The Life Cycle of a Star~ Stage 1: NebulaThe Nebula is where a star is born out of a cloud of gas and dust. Stage 2: Main Sequence StarMain Sequence Stars converts hydrogen into helium in their cores, releasinga tremendous amount of energy. l e x i r o s a d o Stage 3: Red Giant StarA shell of hydrogen around the core ignites continuing the life of the star and thatcauses it to increase in size dramatically. The aging star has become a red giant star, and can be 100 times larger than it was in its last stage. Stage 4: White Dwarf StarIn the final stage of a stars life cycle, a star may completely run out of hydrogen fuel in its core and lack the mass to force higher elements into fusion reaction. If this happens, it shrinks and becomes a white dwarf star. Stage 4: SupernovaIf a supernova occurs, the star gets hotter and thicker. There is iron inside which soaks up the stars energy. Finally, it lets go of the energy. This is the death of the star. There are 2 things that can happen to a star after the supernova: Neutron Star and Black Hole Stage 6: Neutron StarIf a star dies in a catastrophic supernova explosion, the remaining core becomesa neutron star. Stage 6: Black HolesIf the star was more than 8 times bigger than our Sun, the leftovers will be a black hole. A black hole is one of the ways to end a star. After the Red Giant Star if the star is normal than the star's next stage is a White Dwarf Star.But if the star is bigger than it goes to be a supernova. Stage 7: QuasarA quasar is a massive and extremely remote celestial object, emitting exceptionally large amounts of energy, and typically having a star-like image in a telescope. It has been suggested that quasars contain massive black holes.
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