Most Stars Are in This Stage of Evolution?

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A star is a gigantic, glowing sphere of plasma sustained as one by gravity. The closest stellar to Earth is the Sun, which is the spring of most of the energy on the planet. Most stars are on the main sequence, and this is essentially due to the abundance of red dwarfs.
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Most stars are in the main-sequence star or dwarf star stage of evolution. A main sequence star starts as a nebula and either collapse to turn into a protostar or the formation of a globule after the collapse of a nebula. These stars are typically medium in size.
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