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This is the homework assigned Thursday November 19th 2009. If you are in periods 3 or 4 you are completing the first page. If you are period 5, or have special instruction by myself, then you are …

This is the homework assigned Thursday November 19th 2009. If you are in periods 3 or 4 you are completing the first page. If you are period 5, or have special instruction by myself, then you are completing the second page.

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  • 1. Name:
    Section:
    1. Draw and label the life cycle of a high-mass star with the two different outcomes. Be sure to use the following labels: Nebula, Black Hole, Supernova, Neutron Star, Main Sequence, Super Giant and Nebula.
    2. Describe how a star is born.
    3. Explain how the life cycles of a low-mass star differ from the life cycle of a high-mass star.
    Extra Credit: Since no form of radiation can ever get out of a black hole, how can astronomers detect where black holes are? (answer on back of sheet)
    Name:
    Section:
    1. Describe how a star is born.
    2. Complete the Flow Chart that shows the life cycle of a low-mass star. The first step is done for you.
    Stars form inside a cloud of gas and dust called a nebula
    3. True or False?
    a. ___ Neutron Stars are stars that have run out of fuel.
    b. ___ Stars with more mass last longer than stars with less mass.
    c. ___ All stars end up as white dwarfs.
    Extra Credit: How do astronomers think the sun may have begun? (answer on back of sheet)