Sun Life Cycle Comic Strip Part 3
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This is a model of a deuterium atom.
Seems to me that space is a pretty gassy place!
This here is called and HR diagram.
Deuterium is a rare hydrogen atom found inside of a star. It has one proton and neutron. A normal common hydrogen atom has only a proton with no neutron. It is easier for protostars to fuse deuterium into helium atom than hydrogen atoms.
The space in between stars is called the interstellar medium. It consists of dust and gas and contains mostly hydrogen. The interstellar medium is what makes up nebulas and can eventually make up stars.
This is an example of a chart called an HR diagram. The higher it goes, the larger the star, and the hotter the star. Also, from left to right, the colors go in order of: Blue, white, yellow, orange, an then red. The mass does affect how long a star's lifespan is. The more mass the shorter the lifespan and the less the mass the longer the lifespan.
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