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The final stage in evolution of the most massive stars?

Black hole.

The final stage in the evolution of the most massive stars is a?

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What is the Algol paradox?

In many binary stars, there can be a flow of material between the two stars, disturbing the normal process of stellar evolution. As the flow progresses, the evolutionary stage of the stars will advance, even as the relative masses change. Eventually, the originally more massive star will reach the next stage in its evolution despite having lost much of its mass to its companion.

Which star is the oldest red dwarf or white dwarf?

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How does mass influence the evolution and death of stars.?

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What do White dwarf stars turn into?

Sometimes if the conditions are just right a huge diamond! (the final stage of nucleosynthesis of stars that are not more massive is carbon Theoretically, they get dimmer and dimmer until they become "black dwarfs".

What determines what happens to a star in its final stage?

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Where are most stars in the stage of evolution?

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What group of stars represent the final observed stage of stars with masses similar to your sun?

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What has the author W Sutantyo written?

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What are the steps in the evolution of sun-like stars?

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How do you define a black hole?

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What stage of stellar evolution occurs for large stars but not for medium or small stars?

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Is a supernova massive?

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What are neutron stars formed by?

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Do massive stars become neutron stars?

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