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Publisher: Nobel e-Museum
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Nobel e-Museum article by John Bahcall on the history of, "Why the Sun Shines", with appendices on the proton-proton chain and the CNO cycle.
  
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L. Marschall, G. Snyder, P. Cooper, M. Hayden, and R. Good
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This lab introduces students to nucleosynthesis through the realistically simulated X-ray spectra of a supernova remnants and the abundances of elements. The exercise lets students…
  
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Publisher: Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
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Astrobiology Magazine article published July 14, 2004. At the 13th Cambridge Workshop on "Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun," Dr. Kevin L. Luhman (Harvard-Smithsonian Center…
  
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D. Nash
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This website contains information about stars that are similar to the sun. It provides information about the star's brightness compared to the Sun's, any planets or companion stars,…
  
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B. Tung
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The site discusses the eraly theories that attempted to explain why the sun shines. By the end of the article the author discusses the process of nuclear fusion in the sun and other…