One way trip into SPACE!!!!

The one and only way to make you part of the sky.

Just the Details

Here on this one way trip into space you will be bringing only yourself. You will be provided all of the supplies that you will need to live in space. On your way into space you will see many different cites including different types of star clusters and stars, different galaxies and will see the life cycles of all of the stars.

What will you see in space?.....

Types of star clusters

There are many types of stars/star clusters that you will see on your trip into space. There are two types of star clusters, globular and open clusters. A globular cluster is generally made up of older stars but these clusters contain more stars. An open cluster however is the opposite. These are many up of hot, young stars and contain less stars.
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In the diagram above it shows the way the age of the stars in the circle.

Types of Stars

The type of star depends on what stage in life it is in. The star goes from small to big to small again. It goes from stellar nebula, average main sequence star, red giant, planetary nebula and finally a white dwarf.

(The picture to the left is a stellar nebula)

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The Other Direction

There is another direction for the stars to form. It goes from stellar nebula, massive star, red super giant, supernova to the following three objects. A black hole, pulsar, or a neutron star. A Black Hole is an object where nothing not even light can escape its gravity. But quasars are believed to be made from black holes and spit stuff out instead suck them in. A neutron star is when protons and electrons get formed together. A pulsar is a rapidly spinning neutron star the emits radio waves.
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Types of Galaxies

There are many types of galaxies including spiral and elliptical galaxies. A spiral galaxy is a galaxy in which the stars and gas clouds are concentrated mainly in one or more spiral arms. A elliptical galaxy are the most common type of galaxy found in the universe. They have the shape of a spheroid or ellipsoid, rather than a disk.
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