Stars

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Stars

  1. 1. It is a huge, cool star formed as surface gas on a medium-sized star near the end of its swelled up
  2. 2. It’s a giant explosion which finishes off a giant star. For a moment the supernova flashes out with a brilliance of billions of suns.
  3. 3. It a small white star which loses its surface gas and altogether shrinks, emitting its luminosity of color white.
  4. 4. Pulsar or called neutrons are stars that flash out intense radio pulses as they spin rapidly.
  5. 5. They aren’t exactly star, they are quasars. They are a source of electromagnetic energy and light visible for its intensity, generally the light is red .
  6. 6. Stars are dyeing and being born at the same time, those that are big and bright live for only 10 million years, and those that are medium sized live for only 10 billion years for example our sun.

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