The life cycle of an average star

The life cycle of an average star

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the life cycle of an average star

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  • Stage one of an Average Star
  • Stage two of an Average Star
  • Stage three of an Average Star
  • This stellar nebula, Nannerb Eniap, is just a cloud of dust and gas in space, and all stars start off their life as a stellar nebula
  • Stage four of an Average Star
  • After a while, Nannerb Eniap becomes an average star that is made up of hydrogen and helium gas that produces its own heat and light through nuclear fusion.
  • Stage five of an Average Star
  • Next, star Nannerb Eniap will experience a loss of fuel in its core which will cause an expansion up to 1000 times its original size to create a red giant.
  • Final stage of an Average Star
  • Once the red giant Nannerb Eniap starts to loose its energy, it also begins to loose layers to slowly become a more complex star called a planetary nebula
  • When the planetary nebula's life is over, it will become a very dense star which is called a white dwarf
  • In the end of Nannerb Eniap's life as a star, it will soon end as a black drawf, a lifeless star.
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