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What are the two forces that keep a star in a balanced, stable condition, while it is a main sequenced star
high temperature expansion and gravitational contraction.
Why does a less massive star have a longer life span
higher pressure at the core of a massive star means a faster fusion reaction.
Which of the following describes the correct order of events in the life of a star?
prostar, main sequence, red giant, supernova, black hole
What are astronmical distances not measured with standard referent units of distance such as kilometers or miles
All of the above
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