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    Arcturus Failure

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    In the endless reach of the universe, there was a star known as Arcturus. One day, she fainted and was taken to the hospital. The doctor diagnosed her with “Red Giant Star" syndrome, an outcome of her being with an iron child. The doctor advised her that due to her condition, if she chose to continue to fuse silicon into iron- to nurture her iron baby- she would get too hot and she could potentially collapse. Back in the day, Arcturus was able to combine hydrogen into helium particles in a…

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    Supernova On this hot day in February, I am almost completely sure that I am the only sixteen year old to be sitting in their living room and listening to the radio. The president told the country that we should tune in on the radio at nine o’clock tonight. “MOM…..DAD….IT’S TIME!” I yell as loud as I can. I think that mother and Father are keeping stuff from me. Sometimes in the middle of the night I wake up to them arguing about how mother thinks that Father should stop going to see his…

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    Adafruit Pros And Cons

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    concussion and cannot communicate with his nurse, the doctor doesn't know what to do have no fear, Supernova is here. This Adafruit can help kids and adults that are deaf, by allowing others to communicate with them, via keyboard. The Adafruit can improve the quality of life for those with hearing disabilities, as it allows them to socialize with friends and family. There will be some laws restricting supernova, so that it doesn't fall into the wrong hands. This Adafruit will help the Hampton…

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    Messier 83 galaxy is also home to six supernovas, which ties for second as the most known supernova in a single galaxy. The only galaxy that top Messier 83 are the Messier 61, which ties with Messier 83, and NGC 6946 which is on the top with nine supernova. The six supernovas are 1923A, 1945B, 1950B, 1957D, 1968L, and 1983N. 1923A was observed by C.O. Lampland at Lowell Observatory at mag 14. 1945B appeared on July 13, 1945 and reached mag 14.2. This supernova was only detected in 1990 by W.…

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    The universe is very big. It could be infinite, we aren't sure exactly how big it is because it is still growing. It is home to countless stars, planets, galaxies, and nebulae. Everything is so far apart. For instance, our moon is 238,900 miles away from the Earth. It is about twice as many miles that someone might walk in eighty years, assuming they walk about 7,500 steps every day. The closest galaxy to us is the Andromeda Galaxy, it is approximately 2.9 million light years away. As long as…

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    Stars that are formed with different masses are thought to have different properties, such as low mass stars are more likely to turn into dwarf planets and high mass stars are more likely to turn into supernovas. Average stars like the sun usually become white dwarfs and the process of emitting its outer layers carry on until the stellar core is revealed which is known as a white dwarf. White dwarfs have the mass of a star but are the size of our planet which arose various questions along the…

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    the star is. The protostar starts forming when colossal clouds of frigid molecular hydrogen and helium collapse because of conjoint gravity. The spark of the collapse could have been caused by a galaxy collision, or the shockwave of a neighboring supernova. This collapse causes the cloud to break into fragments. These fragments start to grow as more and more molecules start to attach creating a protostar. The new star starts to increase in temperature, because of the switch from gravitational…

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    they sent him to Hypernova; a group of bounty hunters who occupied the entire solar system of Hyperforce x. Hyperforce x as created when the massive star Helios 5 went supernova and turned the planets in its solar system to pure metal rendering them lifeless. Then Hypernova harvested the metal to build the massive ships the Supernova and the Thunderstruck, which have a powerful gravity and magnetism effect allowing them to literally tow planets to Hyperforce…

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    planet with life. One of the reasons that this Earth-like planet is hard to find is the time delay between what we see from Earth and when things actually happen in deep space. In Bauman’s article after explaining how a Utah astronomer watched a supernova explode through his home telescope, he talks about the time delay by “assuming the latest estimate of the distance to the Fireworks…

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    Stellar Nebula : This is a cloud full of superheated gases. They range in size from millions of miles across to hundreds of light years across. This Nebula appears larger but is barely visible in the sky. Some Nebulas can be seen with a naked eye, this one can not because it does not glow as bright as others. This star isn’t as bright as others because it is larger.…

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