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Nebular Theory By: Joey and Fran
An atomic explosion is used to generate enough heat and pressure to trigger fusion
After, fusion heat is released and eventually reaches earth. This heat is used for energy for plants and animals.
A star like ours can produce elements up to neon. For elements heavier to be made a star with greater mass is needed. Elements are produced when fusion occurs after an atomic explosion. After the explosion, large amounts of heat are released which cook lighter elements in the star such as hydrogen and helium to form heavier elements. Once the reactions stop, the star collapses into the core which produces a supernova and in this explosion the rest of the natural elements will be created.
The earth was formed by small particles that drew together, bound by the constrain of gravity, into bigger particles. The sun oriented breeze cleared away lighter components, for example, hydrogen and helium, from the nearer locales, leaving just substantial, rough materials to make smaller earthbound universes like Earth.
The earth's rocky core was formed first, with heavy elements colliding together. The dense material sank into the center , while the lighter materials created the crust. Gravity captured majority of the gases that made up the planet's early atomosphere.
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