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The Life Cycle of Stars

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3.What is a giant star that has a relatively low surface temperature, giving it a reddish or orange hue?
4.A star’s mass is determined by the amount of ......... that is available in its nebula
6.Which dies faster, a smaller or larger star?
7.As nebula collapses, it creates ....... which makes the dust and gases form clumps
8.What is the name of an interstellar cloud of dust and gas?
10.What is an example of a star of colour white?
11.The Sun will probably end its life as a ......
13.As a protostar grows, what compresses it making it hotter?
14.What is the final stage in the life cycle of a small star?
15.A ... consists of a rapidly expanding shell of glowing gas, mostly hydrogen, ejected from a red giant upon its collapse into a white dwarf
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1.What colour is the spectral class of >30,000 Kelvin?
2.The ...... is a scatter graph of stars showing the relationship between the stars' absolute magnitudes or luminosities versus their spectral types or classifications and effective temperatures.
5.Stars fate's depend on their .......
7.What is the main fuel needed for the process of nuclear fusion to take place, forming a star?
9.At what temperature does a protostar become reclassified as a star?
12.What is an example of a star of spectral class M?

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