Lifespan of a Massive Star - Hailey Trovao
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This is Sam. Sam is the massive star. Also call the main sequence star.
Sam then becomes a massive star.
Initially Sam formed from a Stellar Nebula, then were made from dust clouds. At this point achieving equilibrium between gravity, the pressure of the core and the temperatures is the primary focus. Meanwhile, the next stage is the protostar.
Meanwhile, the next stage is the Protostar. The protostar is formed when clouds turn into fragments, which then collapse under gravity. Preceding the actions of turning into a protostar.
Prior to how the Massive star began, this is the beginning of the massive star. Preceding the massive star is formed from hydrogen and helium. Massive stars help produce heavy metals. Also known as the main sequence star.
Now, Sam is a Red Supergiant. Red supergiants form from when hydrogen fuel in their cores begin collapsing. Meanwhile, the outer shell gets hot enough to begin fusion.
Now, is the stage of the supernova. The supernova is formed after the end of a single stars lifetime. Eventually, this stage occurs after the main sequence star has took place.
Following the supernova, comes the stage of the final part of the star, the end of the star. For the past, the massive star will build up, but all of these stages will be ended when a star is sucked into a black hole. The black hole is formed if the star is more than 3 solar masses. The star will run out of nuclear fuel.
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