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This website provides an introduction to what a star is and the evolution of high and low mass stars.  It details the life of a star that is one solar mass and over ten solar masses.   Pictures, graphs, and links are also provided for the user within the site.
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© 2000 Students from Chesterton High School
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Metadata instance created March 23, 2004 by Kara Lehman
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December 18, 2004 by Bruce Mason
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(2000), WWW Document, (
The Life of a Star, (2000), <>.
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The Life of a Star. (2000). Retrieved July 23, 2018, from
Chicago Format
Chesterton High School. The Life of a Star. 2000. (accessed 23 July 2018).
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The Life of a Star. 2000. Chesterton High School. 23 July 2018 <>.
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