Stars Life Cycle

Esmeralda M.

Formation

Stars are beautiful things that make the night look amazing. Do you sometimes wonder how stars form? Well, stars have one huge cycle. First, stars have to have hydrogen mixed with grains of space dust. They are called nebula. Gravity then pulls hydrogen in to a drop. The star starts spinning. While spinning it creates a central core, getting heated as it gets smaller. After, that it gets heated up to 18 million degrees. Finally it comes to ''life.'' It then turns to glow.
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LIfetime

Stars also have a lifetime. There's many ways to determined the lifetime of a star. For example, the amount of space dust that it has lifted. Also you can determined by the size of the star. The larger the star, the shorted it's lifetime. The smaller the star, the longer it has to live.
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Types of Stars

As you see, there's a lot of things going on with a star. They are many stars in our galaxy. Have you heard of Dwarf Stars. There's two main ones in the Dwarf Star colonies. One is the Red Star. The other one is White Star. That's not all, they also have the Supergiant Stars. One of those types of stars is the Blue-White Star. They have plenty. Stars are pretty cool things.
The Life Cycle of Stars

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