Flight through the Universe

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Main Sequence

Fly through the line of main sequence stars on your trip and see thousands of stars in the period of our sun. Watch the hot bright stars when we fly through

Red Giant, Red supergiants

When we fly by these red giant, and red super giants make sure you don't get to close these giant stars are around 3000 degree Celsius. The Red giant, and super giant is when the main sequence star is used up and the star expands and cools into a big red ball.


This gigantic explosion which happens when a massive star collapses in a bright flash, and the outer layers get thrown into space

White dwarfs, Black dwarfs

We will ride through the white and black dwarf's. The white dwarf is the bright, leftover of a star and the black dwarf is the white dwarf when it is all burnt out. We will get to see these amazing dwarfs closer than you will ever see it before.

Neutron Star

When a massive star collapses the leftover of the star like electrons and neutrons smash together and form a Neutron star. We are going to see the neutron star Calvera


While flying we will see some clusters of stars such as open clusters (young stars) and globular cluster (old stars)

Black Hole

We have to keep our distance when we go past this black hole that is so massive and dense light can't escape so we will view it from a good safe distance.


We can view these galaxies

Spiral galaxy- A galaxy that has arms sticking out and making a spiral

Elliptical galaxy- galaxies that appear elliptical in their shape

irregular galaxy- A galaxy that doesn't have any distinct shape


We will also view the following colorful nebula's

Stellar Nebula-before the average star cycle forms stars

Planetary Nebula- forms when a star can no longer support itself


This bright object that generates energy at a high rate will be the last amazing thing we will see on our trip around the universe


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