Our Sun's Life Cycle Comic Strip Part 1

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  • Hello, I'm Stella. I follow the life cycle of stars! Today, I am going through our Sun's life cycle starting off with brightness!
  • Hydrogen Atom
  • H
  • Helium Atom
  • H
  • H
  • H
  • The sun is very gassy!
  • P
  • He
  • P
  • Come on little guy! You can do it!
  • How bright we see the Sun from Earth is the apparent magnitude. We find the apparent magnitude just by looking at the Sun with our own eyes. Absolute Magnitude is the true brightness of a star found by special devices.
  • The sun is mostly composed of Hydrogen and Helium with a core made of Hydrogen (H), Helium (He), and some heavier metals. In the core, fusion takes place. Fusion in the sun is where hydrogen atoms combine together to form helium atoms. During this process, a small antiparticle is created with a positive charge that is equivalent to an electron called a Positron (P).
  • A Nebula, which is a huge cloud of interstellar medium, is the birthplace of many protostars. Our sun probably started out as a protostar. A Protostar is a ball of gas that hasn't reached a high enough temperature to become a star. It will slowly grow overtime until it ignites.
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