Sep 19, 2009 ... The outer layers will expand and the star will become a red giant. ... will push the
upper layers further away from the core, cooling as they do so.
Stars don't last forever. Why do stars burn? What happens when a star dies? How
does its collapse manifest?
How do stars form and evolve? Stars are the most ... Known as a protostar, it is
this hot core at the heart of the collapsing cloud that will one day become a star.
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 ...
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
many years does it take for a star's light to reach Earth? Q: ...
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 ...
The death of stars. ... A star will become either a black dwarf, neutron star, or
black hole, depending on how massive it was. . Sun-like Stars (Mass under 1.5 ...
We do know that a star, regardless of its size, must eventually run out of fuel and
collapse. In theory, GRAVITY WINS ... Medium-mass stars become neutron stars
Sep 8, 2009 ... Where Do Old Stars Go When They Die? ... significantly, causing the star to
become brighter and (due to the greater outward pressure) larger.
Dec 4, 2006 ... Ep. 12: Where Do Baby Stars Come From? .... This is the point in life when some
stars actually become variable stars, they become RR Lyrae ...