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Stars and their Formations

First stage of star forming. Dust and gas collapses on each other.
Second stage of star forming. There core begins to glow and there nuclear reactions occur.
Third stage of star forming. It takes 10000 years for the star to fully form.
Low Mass Star Red Dwarf stars.
Medium Mass Star Burns at a medium pace.
High Mass Star Burns very hot and fast.
Supernova Formation. The star collapses on itself so fast that the core heats up very quickly and there is a large explosion.
White Dwarfs Hot and small and will eventually become black.
Black Hole. region of space where gravity is so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape.
Low Mass Star. Burns very slowly and eventually becomes a white dwarf.
Medium Mass Star. Forms a red giant near the end of its life and then collapses into a White Dwarf.
High Mass Star. Explodes at the end of its life(supernova).
Created by: NCCgradenines