This site describes the evolution of stars with different masses and properties after hydrogen burning ends. It provides a detailed account of the evolution of stars that are five and ten solar masses, stars that are less than one solar mass, binary stars, and variable stars.
In particular, the site discusses the processes involved after hydrogen burning has stopped: pulsations, double shell burning, the indicators of stellar death, planetary nebulae, stellar cinders, and born-again stars. The last sections provide a description of the last stages of hydrogen burning in high masses and the other section ends with low mass stars.
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