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Stars

Our Star

Stars are just fascinating altogether with many facts. What are stars you say? Well, basically stars are huge balls of Hydrogen and Helium that are formed in galaxies from great big clouds of gas and dust over billions and billions

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Stars – How They Are Formed

Stars

Do you want to know how stars are born? Well here goes. The birth of a star begins when massive clouds of dust and gas start to collapse and break down. How does this happen. It happens through the force

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Star Lifecycle – Supernovas

So you have learned about the birth of stars, and have also learned about our own star. Now, let us look into the life of a star and the stages stars goes through to until death. These things are called

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Star Sizes

With an infinite amount of stars in the universe, and the billions in our own galaxy, as we search through the stars that we can see with current technology, we have come across many weird and wonderful stars. And through

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Inside a Star

Do you know what is inside a star right to its core, and have you ever wondered about it? Stars are absolutely fascinating, and while there are still so many things to learn about stars, through intense study we know

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The Sun

So you know that the closest star to Earth is the sun right! And that this star is the centre of our solar system. This star is responsible for providing life on Earth. Pretty cool right! Below you will find

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Pulsars

Pulsars are stars, however they are very strange stars, and also really fascinating. Pulsars are one of the most strangest objects to be found in the universe. So you know that Pulsars are weird and very strange, but what are they

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Magnetars

Magnetars are very dangerous stars, and here's why. Magnetars are Neutron stars that have a very powerful magnetic force, due to their magnetic field. Magnetars are extremely dense, and rotate very rapidly, something like around 600 to 700 times per second, however

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