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What is the life cycle of a giant star?

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A star's life cycle starts from a nebula. For giant stars, the star turns into a huge star to a super red giant to a supernova to a black hole. A sun-like star turns to a red giant, then a planetary nebula, a white dwarf, and then a black dwarf.


Life cycle of a sun like star. A sun like star will start out as a nebula to a protostar to a main sequence star to a red giant and into a white dwarf and will simply fade out.


Supernovae occur in the giant phase of the main sequence of a star, typically in a red giant star.


The life cycle of a star is made up of six parts. They include the nebula, star, red giant, red dwarf, white dwarf and supernova.


Star of one stellar mass, red giant, white dwarf, planetary nebula


Star of one steller mass, red giant, planetary nebula, white dwarf


Formation of the star out of a giant cloud of gas and dust.


nebula, protostar, blue giant, super red giant, supernova, black hole or pulsar


No. Actually, it's heading to the end of it's life


Nebula>protostar>main sequence star>red giant>white dwarf.


star of one stellar mass, red giant, planetary nebula, white dwarf


Nebula, white dwarf, red giant, black hole


What is capella star life cycle


Nebula > Star > Red Giant > Red Dwarf > White Dwarf > Supernova > Neutron Star > Black Hole.


Nebule > Star > Red Giant > Red Dwarf > White Dwarf > Supernova > Neutron Star > Black Hole.


Nebula protostar mid sized star red giant nova white dwarf black dwarf:)


The "star life cycle" refers to stars. Earth is not a star.



The Nebula, then protostar, main sequence star, red giant, planetary nebuala, white dwarf


The life cycle of a star is similar to the life cycle of a human because both humans and stars are born and die.


red giant, plantary nebula, white dwarf,black whole, red supergiant , supernova, neutron star


A "red giant" star can fuse both hydrogen (in the star's outer shells) and helium (in the core).


Yes. The possible cycle is: protostar/brown dwarf main sequence star red giant supernova/super giant white dwarf/black hole black dwarf


nebula--------» Protostar----------» Main Sequence----------» Red Giant---------»White Dwarf


There are many stars that are a red giants. See related question for more information.



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