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The star starts its life fusing hydrogen to helium, here is where it'll spend most of its life
The star begins to run out of hydrogen and begins to heat up as the gravity of its core starts to collapse
The star becomes larger and starts to gain a higher temperature as its core attempts to fuse elements at a higher temperatures
The star becomes supermassive, engulfing all planets nearby it and scorching those in its outer orbit.
The star erupts and condenses the materials of the star into an object much smaller than the star originally was
The star emerges as a neutron star where it remains giving off minimum output and unable to collapse on itself any further
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