BC: Thank you Author James Park
FC: My Star Diary Nebula 99,999,991
1: Dedication To my great family that has always supported me whenever things went wrong.
2: Beginning of my Life Nebula In the beginning of my life I was born as a ball of gas and dust. Hello my name is Nebula 99,999,991. As time goes by in my life gravity will pull dust into me and basically mold me into a sphere. As this process takes place I will become hotter. Also hydrogen will change into helium, this change is called nuclear fusion. See you later.
3: In my childhood Main-Sequence Star Dear Diary, today is the day where I form into a Main-Sequence star. I better get used to things because this is going to be the second longest time of my life before I become one of those creepy giants. In this part of my life I suck in energy into my core. This allows the hydrogen atoms to fuse with the helium atoms. This then makes energy take me and form me little by little into a different star. My size will also increase greatly. It may take a while but it will be worth it.
4: As an adult Giants, Supergiants Dear Diary, It's been a while and know I feel so grown up know. I am now in my third stage of life. I will now turn into a red giant. A red giant is a star that expands but then eventually cools off and becomes a supernova or a White Dwarf. Red giants die off early because of the helium that comes out of that star, I will then start to sink which will allow part of the atmosphere to cool off. Then I will become into a White Dwarf hopefully. So see you later.
5: The end of my life (White Dwarfs Dear Diary, I am know in my last stage of life. Right now I have the same amount of mass as the sun. I am a small hot star that is leftover from an older star. I have no hydrogen left and I cannot combine hydrogen atoms with helium atoms. I still have a few billion years to shine before I go to a better world for stars. I hope some other stars get to read this before I go away so they no what will happen to them. Good bye.
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