For How Long Can a Star like the Sun Keep Burning Hydrogen in Its Core?

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Stars like the sun keep burning hydrogen in their cores for about 10 billion years before burning out. This is due to the sequence the star goes through during its formation, for instance the sun took tens of millions of years to form thus hydrogen depletion will take longer.
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