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What is a nebula? a huge massive cloud of gas and dust or its where new stars form
What is a nova? When a star suddenly increases in brightness then in a few days or hours it then dims back to its original size
What is a binary star? its where half of the stars in the
Which veiw of our system is a accepted today? Geo
What two characteristics are used classify stars? temperature and absolute
How do we know black holes could exist? There are stars that orbit it
What is the first in a stars life cycle? It forms a "Protstar" The first stage in a stars age
After #13 happens, what is the next stage in a stars life? main squence
When giving brightness to a star, how big of a number do you give a very bright star? they have the lowest number
When does a Neutron star form? they occur after a supernova explation
When giving brightness to a star, how big of a number do you give a very dim star? they have the highest number
how do we know black holes exixt? There are stars that orbit the black hole
Created by: weavergina