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Within molecular clouds, stars begin to form as they accumulate hydrogen and other elements to burn.
The H-R Diagram measures the luminosity and the temperature of various stars. Most stars fall on the main sequence which is the majority of a star's life
The majority of a star's life is spent turning hydrogen to helium. This produces much energy.
After stars burn all of their hydrogen, the core collapses and so much heat is given off that the star expands
Once all the available elements have been used, the core collapses very violently even further and the gravitational energy is released in a giant explosion
The collapsed core has three options, to become a white dwarf, an energy emitting neutron star, or to keep collapsing until it becomes a single point of gravity known as a black hole.
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