Star Life Cycle

Star Life Cycle
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This storyboard explains the life cycle of a star. Oddly enough.

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  • Nebula that is full of hydrogen gasses compresses very slowly, until it becomes so compressed to the point where it fuses, producing new elements like helium, along with a bunch of energy
  • With so many atoms fusing, it caused a huge amount of energy to release, thus creating a star. this star fuses atoms lighter than iron in the core, which is then carried out into the other layers, eventually being released into outer space. this will eventually become a red giant as it gets older, which is just a bigger (and red) star that now fuses iron and everything lighter than iron.
  • Finally, the star will lose all the hydrogen that it used for fuel to the point where it eventually dies, however, these stars do leave something behind, either being a planetary nebula, which is just a bigger stellar nebula, or not die all together and instead become a white dwarf, which is a tiny but bright star.
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