What Gives a Star Its Light?

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Stars are powered by the process of nuclear fusion. This means the hydrogen nuclei are fused together to become helium. This energy is released as radiation and includes light and heat.
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Stars are powered by the process of nuclear fusion, which is where hydrogen nuclei are fused together to become helium. A helium nucleus weighs slightly less than the hydrogen used
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When the lights in a room where glow-in-the-dark stars are placed are off, the stars themselves are capable of giving off light. The technical term for this is "photo-luminescent
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umm i think gases and geothermal heat gives stars there lights
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The Moon doesn't produce its own light, but looks bright because it reflects light
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Stars are massive ball of burning gasses. The hotter they are, the brighter the light they give off. That same intensity is what gives stars their twinkling light or blue color.
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