S: Star Diary Mixbook
FC: Diary of a star By Austin Cavanaugh
1: Dedicated to space where I live.
2: In the beginning My nebula is made of dust and gas. The gas and dust is swirling and hitting each other. The particles get hotter and hotter. I get bigger and bigger and start to form. My temperature is 7000 degrees.
4: In my childhood I am now a main-sequence star. I am the most frequent kind of star now. I now do nuclear fusion. I make hydrogen atoms into helium atoms. I provide a lot of heat and light now. I have a great supply of hydrogen atoms.
6: As an adult I now am a red giant star now. This is the stage after main sequence star. I am now extremely bigger. I also now have cooled a little bit. I have lost a lot of hydrogen and my core is shrinking, as my outer layer gets bigger. I also have expanded more than 10 times!
8: The end of my life Now I am at the end of my life, a white dwarf. I have gotten a lot smaller. I also lost all my hydrogen. I am now the center of my old star still hot but a lot smaller. I still have billions of years until I completely die out.
10: Sites/Information http://www.phys.ncku.edu.tw/~astrolab/mirrors/apod_e/ap031022.html http://www.derekshirlaw.co.uk/astronomy.php http://www.tqnyc.org/2006/NYC063368/the_stars.htm http://www.celestiamotherlode.net/catalog/show_creator_details.php?creator_id=62 Holt Science & Technology Astronomy