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LIFE CYCLE OF A STAR
Life Cycle of a Star
The universe is usually filled up with many astronomical objects. Others are stationary
while others are orbiting the still ones. The most common objects in the universe that almost

everybody knows include the suns, moons, stars, black holes and quasars which might be known
to a few learned people. Stars, however, are some of the most amazing astronomical objects in
our universe. Held by their own gravity, starts are basically balls of luminous incandescent gas
specifically helium and hydrogen. They are explosive and beautiful at the same time with the
have the ability to send a huge junk of material through the deep space making some of the most
advanced nuclear bombs on earth seem like totally nothing. Stars contain all forms of matter
including what human beings have been made from. Having said this, this informative research
paper is going to discuss the life cycle of a star starting from its formation to its maturity and
later its death.
First of all, there are several types of stars. They include Proto-stars, a main sequence
star, a red giant star, a red supergiant, a white dwarf, and a neutron star as well as a black hole.
Proto-stars are basically young forming stars which are not yet ready to sustain themselves.
When hydrogen starts to be converted into helium and production of energy increases through
fusion process at the core of a star we call it a main sequence star. When helium itself starts to be
converted into heavier material like carbon and lithium, the star grows to extreme sizes and this
is known as a red giant star. A bigger version of this start is, therefore, the red supergiant star
(NSO, 2017).
A white dwarf, on the other hand, is a dim and small type of star ...


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