This guide will discuss the life cycle of a star (stellar evolution). Throughout the guide, pay attention to highlighted words, they may be on the quiz. Learning Environment. Students will only need a computer lab or home desktop/laptop to complete this study guide and quiz Grades 9-12
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This guide will discuss the life cycle of a star (stellar evolution). Throughout the guide, pay attention to highlighted words, they may be on the quiz
Students will only need a computer lab or home desktop/laptop to complete this study guide and quiz
For individual learning
Students will learn about the life and death of stars, and upon completion of this study guide, be able to identify layers of a star and other material contained in this study guide with 80% accuracy
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If the protostar‘s temperature never begins the proton-proton reaction, it become what is know as a brown dwarf
M.S. stars are placed on the Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram according to luminosityand temperature
Depending on the size of the star, it may go through its life cycle and end up as many different things
The hotter the internal temperature gets, the more force the outer layer are pushed outward with (the bigger the star the more force the layer are pushed out with)
The farther the layers get from the core, the less gravity they have holding them to the star
Massive star end their lives in one of two ways: neutron stars or black holes
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You will now be quizzed over some of the keywords and material in the study guide. Hope you were paying attention!!
(click on the letter of the answer, not the words)
a. Life of a star and the processes that it undergoes.
b. Evolution from birth to death of the universe.
c. How a star is created.
d. The age of a star.
a. Live longer than low-mass stars.
b. Die and Create a black hole or neutron star.
c. Have shorter lives than main sequence stars.
d. A and C
e. B and C
a. Convection, Corona, Core, Photoshpere
b.Photoshpere, Chromoshpere, Corona, Core
c. Corona, Chromoshpere, Photoshpere, Convection, Radiation, Core
d. Convection, Radiation, Photoshpere, Chromoshpere, Corona, Core
b. White Dwarfs
c. Brown Dwarfs
d. Neutron Stars
Finish Study Guide
You have completed the study guide!!!!