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Life cycle of stars
Colliding Stars
RW AUR A
Ceres
Brown dwarf
RCW 38
North Star
Low mass & high mass stars
NGC 3603
Eta Carinae- shoots cosmic rays
XRay Binary Stars
Centauri
First Stars - Formation
Neutron stars
Polaris
Monsters
Dying star
Constellation
Orion
Star clusters
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Life cycle of stars

diagram of the life cycles of low and high-mass stars

Background: Life Cycles of Stars

diagram of the life cycles of low and high-mass stars

Life Cycle of a Star, Bella’s Science Project

Life Cycle of a Star, Bella’s Science Project

Life Cycle of a Star - YouTube

Life Cycle of a Star

This is a school project I made in Grade 9 science on July 2010. I hope you enjoy it! Learn about the three different life cycles of a star! Hope this helps ...

Life Cycle of a Sun-like Star

Life Cycle of a Sun-like Star

A STAR'S BIRTH AND DEATH --- In this graphic discover what takes for a star to be born. By Jason Treat and Alexander Stegmaier. Published on March 2014

March 2014

National Geographic stories take you on a journey that’s always enlightening, often surprising, and unfailingly fascinating. This month—The Truth About Black Holes

Life cycle of a star... And the different paths it can take

LFE CYCLE OF STARS - Study Guide

Life cycle of a star... And the different paths it can take

Create a visual representation of the life cycle of a star with an out-of-this-world STEAM activity. Don't miss this free science activity for astronomy!

How to Make A The Life Cycle of a Star Poster

Create a visual representation of the life cycle of a star with an out-of-this-world STEAM activity. Don't miss this free science activity for astronomy!

The very energetic radiation from young hot stars in the star cluster NGC 3603 is bursting into colder gas and dust making the gas glow. The radiation from the stars has blown a 'bubble' around the cluster free from gas.

Hubble snapshot captures life cycle of stars

The very energetic radiation from young hot stars in the star cluster NGC 3603 is bursting into colder gas and dust making the gas glow. The radiation from the stars has blown a 'bubble' around the cluster free from gas.

Colliding Stars

Pair of colliding stars spill radioactive molecules into space

Pair of colliding stars spill radioactive molecules into space — SCIENMAG

Credit: NRAO/AUI/NSF; S. Dagnello When two Sun-like stars collide, the result can be a spectacular explosion and the formation of an entirely new star. One such event was seen from Earth in 1670. I..

RW AUR A

NASA may have glimpsed a star 'devouring a planet' for the first time

NASA may have glimpsed a star 'devouring a planet' for the first time — CNET

There's a star, man, waiting in the sky. It's likely to have eaten a planet in recent times.

Ceres

The Secrets of Ceres’ spots

The Secrets of Ceres’ spots — BBC Sky at Night Magazine

Ceres Woolley Maisch explores the mysteries of her namesake dwarf planet, and what NASA's Dawn mission has revealed. An artist’s impression of the Dawn spacecraft. Credit: NASA/JPL As NASA’s Dawn spacecraft approached the uncharted dwarf planet Ceres for the very first time in 2015, two mysterious bright spots were seen in its Occator crater, leaving astronomers puzzled and enthralled. This puzzle has been pieced together over the years as Dawn has investigated the dwarf planet, whose home…

Brown dwarf

RCW 38

ESO's Breathtaking New Image of Distant Stars Belongs in the Sistine Chapel

A Striking New Image of Star Cluster RCW 38 Belongs in the Sistine Chapel

Move over, Michelangelo.

Behold the Haunting Beauty of a Distant Star Cluster

Behold the Haunting Beauty of a Distant Star Cluster — Gizmodo

A new image of star cluster RCW 38, an area strewn with young, hot, massive stars, is providing an unprecedented glimpse into a tumultuous region of space located 5,500 light-years from Earth.

North Star

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Low mass & high mass stars

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Image of high mass star

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Low mass star

Main SequenceLow mass stars spend billions of years fusing hydrogen to helium in their cores via the proton-proton chain. They usually have a convection zone, and the activity of the convection zone determines if the star has activity similar to the sunspot cycle on our Sun. Some small stars have very deep convection zones. Some of these stars also rotate very quickly which twists their magnetics fields. When these field lines line up, the result can be a flare of radiation including X rays.

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Eta Carinae- shoots cosmic rays

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XRay Binary Stars

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First Stars - Formation

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Neutron stars

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Dying star

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Constellation

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Orion

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Infant stars still embedded in gas and dust in the NGC 346 nebula shine brightly in this Hubble Space Telescope image. Webb’s infrared vision will uncover thousands more developing stars in this star-forming region. (Credits: NASA, ESA, and A. Nota (STScI/ESA))

Webb Will Provide Census of Fledgling Stars in Stellar Nursery

The dazzling glow of young stars dominates images of the giant stellar nursery NGC 346, in the neighboring dwarf galaxy called the Small Magellanic Cloud.

Stars, Galaxies and Planets on Instagram: “Follow @healthyfood.belove BeLove Movement Credit: @astrophysics_”

135 Likes, 8 Comments - Stars, Galaxies and Planets (@universe.belove) on Instagram: “Follow @healthyfood.belove BeLove Movement Credit: @astrophysics_”

Tu251218 brightest stars in the night sky

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My collection of the 25 brightest stars in the night sky. How many have you ever seen? SBIG STT-8300, Takahashi CCA-250 Astrograph, AP1200GTO taken...

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Pair of colliding stars spill radioactive molecules into space

Pair of colliding stars spill radioactive molecules into space — SCIENMAG

Credit: NRAO/AUI/NSF; S. Dagnello When two Sun-like stars collide, the result can be a spectacular explosion and the formation of an entirely new star. One such event was seen from Earth in 1670. I..

Looking up at the stars in Spain

The Great Planet ™ on Instagram: “Follow @nationaldestinations for more awesome photos. Photo by @carlos_santero. Location: Spain. Tag: #lifeonourplanet”

3,841 Likes, 41 Comments - The Great Planet ™ (@thegreatplanet) on Instagram: “Follow @nationaldestinations for more awesome photos. Photo by @carlos_santero. Location: Spain.…”

NASA may have glimpsed a star 'devouring a planet' for the first time

NASA may have glimpsed a star 'devouring a planet' for the first time — CNET

There's a star, man, waiting in the sky. It's likely to have eaten a planet in recent times.

NASA may have glimpsed a star 'devouring a planet' for the first time

NASA may have glimpsed a star 'devouring a planet' for the first time — CNET

There's a star, man, waiting in the sky. It's likely to have eaten a planet in recent times.

The Secrets of Ceres’ spots

The Secrets of Ceres’ spots — BBC Sky at Night Magazine

Ceres Woolley Maisch explores the mysteries of her namesake dwarf planet, and what NASA's Dawn mission has revealed. An artist’s impression of the Dawn spacecraft. Credit: NASA/JPL As NASA’s Dawn spacecraft approached the uncharted dwarf planet Ceres for the very first time in 2015, two mysterious bright spots were seen in its Occator crater, leaving astronomers puzzled and enthralled. This puzzle has been pieced together over the years as Dawn has investigated the dwarf planet, whose home…

Brown dwarf detected in the CoRoT-20 system

Brown dwarf detected in the CoRoT-20 system

An international group of astronomers has discovered a new substellar object in the planetary system CoRoT-20. The newly identified object was classified as a brown dwarf due to its mass, which is greater than that of the heaviest gas giant planets. The finding is reported in a paper published July 3 on arXiv.org.

ESO's Breathtaking New Image of Distant Stars Belongs in the Sistine Chapel

A Striking New Image of Star Cluster RCW 38 Belongs in the Sistine Chapel

Move over, Michelangelo.

ESO's Breathtaking New Image of Distant Stars Belongs in the Sistine Chapel

A Striking New Image of Star Cluster RCW 38 Belongs in the Sistine Chapel

Move over, Michelangelo.

Behold the Haunting Beauty of a Distant Star Cluster

Behold the Haunting Beauty of a Distant Star Cluster — Gizmodo

A new image of star cluster RCW 38, an area strewn with young, hot, massive stars, is providing an unprecedented glimpse into a tumultuous region of space located 5,500 light-years from Earth.

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Mass of Stars - Universe Today

Mass of Stars - Universe Today

[/caption] Stars can range in mass from the least massive red dwarf stars to the monstrous hypergiant stars. Let’s take a look at the mass of stars at various sizes. The least massive stars in the Universe are the red dwarf stars. These are stars with less than 50% the mass of the Sun, and … Continue reading "Mass of Stars"

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Image of high mass star