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Here is a Planetary Nebula made from gas and dust. This is where stars are "born".
This is the product of the Planetary Nebula, a new star is formed from the gas and dust with the help of gravity and pressure come together.
Here is a Red Giant star, it is formed by burning all its fuel and expanding. It has high luminosity and low surface temperatures.
A star will eventually explode from the lack of fuel and begin to shine extra bright. It will then have explosions ejecting its mass and turn into a Supernova.
A black Hole is formed from the implosion of the Supernova, it is a region with such a high gravitational pull that nothing can escape it.
The stars location changes over time based on the stars life cycle. It relates to their luminosity's and magnitudes.
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