Sun Life Cycle Comic Strip Part 2
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HEY!! I'M SMART TOO!!
A question some have is, what is a main sequence? Well, ol' Stella here is smarter than Uncle Bill.
NO! Don't go!
Goodbye, My Friend...
A main sequence is the longest stage of a star's life that it is burning hydrogen at its core. Our sun is in its main sequence stage right now!
Once a star runs out of hydrogen and ends it's main sequence stage, it moves on to fuse helium. It continuously expands and cools, eventually forming a red giant. Once the red giant's stage ends, its outer layer of gases and dust float off into space.
Once the outer layer of a red giant floats off, it clumps together to form a planetary nebula. A planetary nebula will last for thousands of years. Then, a small white dwarf forms. It will slowly fade into the last stage, the black dwarf.
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