Star Cycle

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1. What happens at the white supernova stage?

  • The surface begins to cool
  • It explodes throwing the outer layer of dust and gas into space
  • The stars light completely fades out
  • Hydrogen nuclei undergo nuclear fusion to form helium nuclei
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2. When is a star at its most stable stage?

  • Main sequence star
  • Red super giant
  • Supernova
  • White dawf

3. What happens at the red giant stage?

  • Its core becomes very dense
  • Hydrogen begins to run out so the star begins to swell as the surface cools
  • It is at its stable stage
  • Nuclear fusion

4. Black holes are formed if...

  • ...alll of the light fades
  • ...the star is big enough
  • has a very dense core
  • ...a star explodes

5. A neutron star...

  • ...throws its outer layers of dust and gas into space
  • ...has a very dense core
  • bigger than a red giant star
  • where nuclear fission occurs


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