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Stars in space By Ben and Iris. Stars of space. Star Constellations. Constellations are groups of stars that make a shape. each constellation has it’s own symbol every constellation has a different amount of stars. F the. white Dwarf stars.

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stars of space
Stars of space

Star Constellations

  • Constellations are groups of stars that make a shape.
  • each constellation has it’s own symbol
  • every constellation has a different amount of stars
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white Dwarf stars

  • white Dwarf stars are smaller than normal stars.
  • white dwarf stars will eventually freeze into black dwarf stars and give off no light.
  • white dwarf stars are the corpses of stars.
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nebulae

  • The different types of nebulae are: Emission Nebulae, Reflection Nebulae, Dark Nebulae, Planetary Nebulae and, Supernova Remnants.
  • Nebulae are cosmic clouds that are the building blocks of the universe
  • Nebulae can form things such as planets stars and even whole Solar Systems and Galaxies.
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Galaxies

  • Galaxies are the wonders of our world.
  • Each galaxy has a different amount of Solar Systems and planets.
  • Every spiral in the galaxies orbits a giant black hole, at least, that’s just a theory.
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Black Holes

  • Black Holes suck anything in, even light itself. It is for that reason that it is black.
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