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Sharayah Dunswell

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2: Diary of a Star: In the beginning (First Stage—Nebula, at least 5 facts): 1.A star starts as a ball, gas and dust. 2.Gravity pulls gas and dust together into a sphere. 3.The sphere becomes denser and it gets hotter. 4. The hydrogen changes the helium in a process called nuclear fusion. 5. A lot of stars get older they lose some of their materials.

4: In my childhood (Main-Sequence Star, at least 5 facts): 1.Once the star forms it enters the second and longest stage. 2.During this stage, energy is generated in the core of the star. 3.The size of a main sequence will chance very little. 4.The continuous supply of hydrogen atoms. 5. Fuse comes into helium atoms.

6: As an adult (Giants, Supergiants, at least 5 facts): 1.After the main sequence stage, a star can enter the third stage. 2.In the third stage a star can become a red giant. 3.A red giant star is a star that expands and cools. 4.Eventually the loss of hydrogen causes the center of a star to shrink. 5.Red giants can be 10 or more times bigger than the sun.

8: The end of my life (White Dwarfs, at least 5 facts): 1.In the final stages of a stars life cycle is that a star has the same mass as the sun. 2.A white dwarf is a small hot star that is the leftover enters of an older star. 3. A white dwarf has no hydrogen left and can no longer generate energy. 4. White dwarfs can shine for billions of years before they cool completely.

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