A Star Is Born

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A Star Is Born

  1. 1.  Have you ever looked up at the night sky? Do you know what you see? You see a lot of stars and the moon! Have you ever wondered what stars are? Stars are so beautiful.
  2. 2.  Stars are so beautiful. Our sun is a star. It is our closest star. All the other stars are far away. You can still see them though. They look like small bright dots in the sky.
  3. 3.  Like us, stars only have a certain amount of time to live. The life of a star can last a very long time! All stars start their life as protostars! This is a name for baby stars! Stars are so beautiful.
  4. 4.  A “child” star is called a main sequence star. This is when stars shine the brightest. The star is starting to grow up, just like you and me grow up! Stars are so beautiful.
  5. 5.  An adult star is called a red giant or supergiant. Once a star becomes an adult star, it gets really big! It also starts getting dimmer. Stars are so beautiful.
  6. 6.  All stars are bight, but the color of different stars depend on how hot or cold they are! A hot star is blue, and cooler stars are red. Stars are so beautiful.
  7. 7.  Sometimes, when people look up at the stars, they see the stars make patterns. These patterns are called constellations. There are constellations in the shape of bears, ancient heroes (like Hercules), and even fish. Stars are so beautiful.
  8. 8.  Constellations and the North Star were used by travelers at night as they traveled to various places. Harriett Tubman used the stars to lead slaves to freedom before the civil war.
  9. 9.  When a star gets old, the star will die. It will stop glowing and will become a black hole. Stars are so beautiful.
  10. 10.  Stars are so beautiful. They grow up just like us and they have been used by travelers and everyone who just enjoys looking up at the nighttime sky.

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