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What is the heaviest element made in a normal star?

a)silicon
b)iron
c)platinum
Xd)carbon
e)none of these
XD
The more mass a star has the...

a)more luminous
B)the shorter the lifespan
XC)the bigger
D)all of these
XC
The process that stars use to make heavy elements is called...

Xa)fission
b)fusion
c)electrolysis
d)alchemy
e)none of these
XA
The H-R Diagram shows us the relationship between _______and _______.

a)temperature, color
b)mass, size
c)mass, luminosity
Xd)luminosity, magnitude
e)none
XD
e)surface temperature and luminocity
Cosmic rays can be
Xa)high energy
b)positrons
c)protons
d)helium nuclei
e)all of these
XA
Variable stars are variable in
a)location
Xb)mass
c)color
d)luminosity
XB
supernova
an explosion that occus at the death of a large star
red giant
large cool star, high luminosity
emission nebula
gives off light by using UV light from other stars
reflection nebula
scatters starlight
planetary nebula
a shell of gas ejected from a dying star
supernova remnant
contains heavy elements caused by massive star