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  • When the gas reaches about 10 million K (18 million °F), hydrogen nuclei begin to fuse into helium nuclei, and the star is born. Energy from nuclear fusion radiates outward from the center of the burgeoning star, and gradually halts the gas cloud’s collapse.
    When the gas reaches about 10 million K (18 million °F), hydrogen nuclei begin to fuse into helium nuclei, and the star is born. Energy from nuclear fusion radiates outward from the center of the burgeoning star, and gradually halts the gas cloud’s collapse.
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  • Where do stars come from?

    According to current star formation theory, stars are born as clumps within gigantic gas clouds that collapse in on themselves. The cloud’s material heats up as it falls inward under the force of its own gravity.
    Where do stars come from? According to current star formation theory, stars are born as clumps within gigantic gas clouds that collapse in on themselves. The cloud’s material heats up as it falls inward under the force of its own gravity.
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  • A star is a luminous ball of gas, mostly hydrogen and helium, held together by its own gravity. Nuclear fusion reactions in its core support the star against gravity and produce photons and heat, as well as small amounts of heavier elements. The Sun is the closest star to Earth.
    A star is a luminous ball of gas, mostly hydrogen and helium, held together by its own gravity. Nuclear fusion reactions in its core support the star against gravity and produce photons and heat, as well as small amounts of heavier elements. The Sun is the closest star to Earth.
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  • WHAT IS STAR ?

    We're all pretty familiar with stars. We see them on most clear nights as tiny, twinkling pinpricks of light in the sky. Stars are the topic of countless poems, stories, and nursery rhymes alike. But just what is a star, exactly?
    WHAT IS STAR ? We're all pretty familiar with stars. We see them on most clear nights as tiny, twinkling pinpricks of light in the sky. Stars are the topic of countless poems, stories, and nursery rhymes alike. But just what is a star, exactly?
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  • good evening e-sathi users
    good evening e-sathi users
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  • good evening friends
    good evening friends
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  • When windows won't open and salt clogs the shaker/Weather will favor the umbrella maker is another weather-predicting rhyme. When the air is humid, or full of water vapor, wood swells. It absorbs the water in the air. Salt also absorbs water in the surrounding air, forming large lumps. Wood-framed windows and salt in shakers become difficult to use. As the humid air reaches its saturation point, rain (and umbrellas) are likely to be seen.
    When windows won't open and salt clogs the shaker/Weather will favor the umbrella maker is another weather-predicting rhyme. When the air is humid, or full of water vapor, wood swells. It absorbs the water in the air. Salt also absorbs water in the surrounding air, forming large lumps. Wood-framed windows and salt in shakers become difficult to use. As the humid air reaches its saturation point, rain (and umbrellas) are likely to be seen.
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  • Red sky in morning, sailors take warning/Red sky at night, sailors delight is a popular rhyme that attempts to predict the weather. In fact, its pretty accurate. Weather patterns usually move from west to east. Red sky in the morning (in the east, where the sun rises) indicates that the sun is reflecting off rainclouds, meaning the day will likely have rain (difficult weather for sailing.) Red sky at night (in the west, where the sun sets) indicates clear, calm weather (perfect weather for sailing).
    Red sky in morning, sailors take warning/Red sky at night, sailors delight is a popular rhyme that attempts to predict the weather. In fact, its pretty accurate. Weather patterns usually move from west to east. Red sky in the morning (in the east, where the sun rises) indicates that the sun is reflecting off rainclouds, meaning the day will likely have rain (difficult weather for sailing.) Red sky at night (in the west, where the sun sets) indicates clear, calm weather (perfect weather for sailing).
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  • Red Sky in Morning . . .
    Before meteorologists were able to accurately predict weather, people noticed different characteristics associated with different weather patterns. They used these characteristics to predict the weather.
    Red Sky in Morning . . . Before meteorologists were able to accurately predict weather, people noticed different characteristics associated with different weather patterns. They used these characteristics to predict the weather.
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