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Star Cycle: From Birth To Death

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Black Hole
Gravitational collapse of a super-massive star

Very massive stars become black holes. There is no nuclear fusion, the star core shrinks down to a point and the star gets swallowed by its own gravity, thus becoming a black hole. A black hole, as you might know, is a region through which nothing can pass. It swallows everything that comes its way and grows in size. Black holes are formed when heavy stars collapse in a supernova at the end of their lifespan.

Source: buzzle.com.

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  1. Mac Breck

    Seems you skipped Blue Supergiants (e.g. Rigel & Deneb) and Blue Giants (e.g. Beta Centauri).

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