How the star dies, however, depends on what type of star it is. Stars Like the Sun
... At some point after this, the core will become hot enough to cause the helium to
fuse into carbon. When the helium ... Does a wet summer mean a brilliant fall?
When a star dies, its core becomes smaller, gets hotter and the star turns into a
red giant. Larger stars collapse, due to their own gravity, and become... ... How do
you buy a star? A: Multiple private companies offer, for a fee, to "register" names ...
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Taking into ... when a star dies? How does a star die? ... processes are fusion). If
the star is sufficiently massive, it will become unstable, as its energy runs out.
Most stars take millions of years to die. When a star like the Sun has burned all of
its hydrogen fuel, it expands to become a red giant. This may be millions of ...
Jun 27, 2015 ... After a star dies, there is still some residual heat left over. ... Eventually, the star
cools off and does indeed simply become a hunk of ash, which ...
Stars don't last forever. Why do stars burn? What happens when a star dies? How
does its collapse manifest?
Stars expand as they grow old. As their core runs out of hydrogen and then
helium, the core contacts and the outer layers expand, cool, and become less
Jul 15, 2014 ... The most massive stars can burn out and explode in a supernova after only a few
million years of fusion. A star with a mass like the Sun, on the ...
Apr 13, 2016 ... If contemplating stellar lifetimes does nothing else, it should underscore the ...
That creates pressure on the interior of the proto-star, which heats up the gas ...
atoms to become helium, which has two protons and two neutrons.
Only stars with very large masses can become black holes. Our Sun, for example,
is not massive enough to become a black hole. Four billion years from now ...