Life cycle of a star

Life cycle of a star
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  • Life cycle of a star...
  • All stars are born in a interstellar cloud of gas and dust known as a nebula.
  • All stars are born in a interstellar cloud of gas and dust known as a nebula.
  • If the beginning star starts with a lot of material it will become a high mass star.
  • All stars are born in a interstellar cloud of gas and dust known as a nebula.
  • All stars are born in a interstellar cloud of gas and dust known as a nebula.
  • once the new star is born, the hydrogen in the core burns until only helium is left Then the core contracts, while the outer layers expand.
  • once that happens It expands into the red-giant stage and, then expands to the super-giant stage.
  • All stars are born in a interstellar cloud of gas and dust known as a nebula.
  • Once the red super giant is ready it has two options, to explode or implode if it implodes it causes a black star if it explodes it causes a neutron star... that's the life cycle of a high mass star
  • All stars are born in a interstellar cloud of gas and dust known as a nebula.
  • OHHH no not a black hole.
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