First of all I and going to introduce Mark Lupo which is a stellar nebula in outer space debating if he should become an average star or a massive star and secondly I'm the narrator Derek I'll be helping you get through this stars making step by step because with Mark you'll be lost haha
Hello my name is Mark Lupo and I am currently a protostar which is cloud of dust
Mark you know you don't have to yell I can hear you perfectly...*clears throat* umm where were we again? Oh yes, he is currently becoming an average star from a protostar.He's been waiting for this moment for ten million years and meanwhile he was a stellar nebula.
HEY IT'S MARK AGAIN! I DON'T KNOW IF YOU CAN SEE ME OR HEAR ME VERY WELL BUT I'M BECOMING AN AVERAGE STAR!
Now that Mark is a fully grown average star he is now ready to become a red giant which is a star that experiences a loss of fuel in its core and the result is an expansion of 1,000 times his size.
I am so happy that I was able to become an average star and a red giant however it's time for me to move on after all these years
(Millions of Years later)Mark is now becoming a planetary nebula which is when a star has no energy left and begins losing layers and forms a complex structure
I am not feeling very well I think my time is passing and I am now becoming a planetary nebula
What I feared for millions of years is now here, well I am going to have to say goodbye soon since I won't have a job once Mark you know...passes.He is now a white dwarf which is a very dense star that forms at the end of an average star's life
H-H-Hi I am not ok at all I just realized that I am now a white dwarf
Well goodbye bud it was a real pleasure working with you man and by the way reader he is a great space guide I was just playing around but there's no time for jokes in space since there are no clocks!HAHAHAHA!!!
Ahhh lets just sit here, wait for me to become a black dwarf I don't care if it takes millions of years and watch the sunset... oh wait... I forgot the sun never sets in space.Huh don't mind me I might just be my age