In the beginning a massive star is first a Stellar Nebula, which is the first stage of the birth of a star, also it is a cloud of hydrogen gas, and subsequently it is building block of the massive star.
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After a massive star is a Stellar Nebula it's next stage is the Protostar, which is called the young star because it resembles a star but smaller. At this stage the star is very red, which means that it is cool, but in the next few stages not only will the star multiply in size also the temperature of the star will increase as well. Adding to that protostar is a loose mass of cold dust and gasses.
Wow look at that small star, I can't wait until it's older and becomes a red supergiant. Oh hey there's my spanish book its heading toward the moon lets go get it a nd see the next stage of the massive star.
After the Protostar form a massive star finally turns into a massive star, would have guessed that, and in this stage the star is very hot and can reach temperatures to hundreds of thousands of degrees.
Wow look at that massive star! It looks awesome if only I could touch it. Wait there goes my Spanish book. WAIT!!!
The Red Supergiant is 1,000 times larger than the sun in diameter than the sun and 1,000,000 times brighter than the sun! The Red Supergiant is the also the largest type of star there is.
Wow The Red Supergiant, they grow up so slow. Oh wait my Spanish book.
After the Red Supergiant stage forms into the SUPER NOVA!! It forms when, a star runs out of nuclear fuel, and some of its mass flows into its core. Eventually, the core is so heavy that it cannot withstand its own gravitational force. The core collapses, which results in the giant explosion of a supernova.
I think the Spanish book is heading back to Earth, if I can get it in time I will be able to study and Ace the test!
OH NO! My Spanish book got sucked in by a black hole. Oh well at least I have an excuse for why I can't study. THE END!!!
The last stage of the massive star is the black hole. This is something that rarely happens but when it does it can be catisofic for the neighboring mate, light, etc. The black hole has such a strong gravitational pull that everything gets sucked in even light.