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peterg2001

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help please will medal Stellar evolution is the life cycle of a star. A cycle suggests that upon death of a star, another star is born. How is this possible? Stars never really die. The death is a black dwarf star. This type of death triggers the birth of a new star. The death is a red giant. This type of death emits red energy that forms a new star. The death is a supernova. This type of death can produce nebular clouds and trigger the birth of a new star.

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  1. peterg2001
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    Stars birth always originate in the nebula. If the death of a star produces a nebular cloud, then this is how it creates a new one.

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    d?

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    that seams like what Shalante meant.

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