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What does a ball of gas become when nuclear fusion begins in its core?

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Stars are fueled by the nuclear fusion of hydrogen to ... When a star has fused all the hydrogen in its core, nuclear ... the core begins to collapse ...
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The Life Cycles of Stars. ... nuclear fusion begins and the ball of gas ... Eventually the supply of hydrogen runs out and the star begins its ...
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The Life Cycle of Stars. Do you ... A star begins its life within a nebula ... Nuclear fusion releases thermal energy, ...
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... experiences which of the following fusion reactions as the last fusion reaction in its core? ... so the gas does not expand and cool.
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... (a large star's core collapses to become so dense that its ... nuclear fusion in its core, ... Nuclear fusion begins when a star ...
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High School Earth Science/Stars. ... a giant ball of glowing gas at a very, ... A star generates energy by nuclear fusion reactions in its core.
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