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How the Sun Was Formed Explained in 3 Stages and Diagrams space

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How the Sun Was Formed - Explained in 3 Stages and Diagrams

... long dead stars,” says Sir Martin Rees, Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics, University of Cambridge. As stars evolved in space after the Big Bang, ...

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Star Formation

Star formation and evolution

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Artist's depiction of the life cycle of a Sun-like star, starting as a main-sequence star at lower left then expanding through the subgiant and giant phases ...

Activity 1: What do you already know?

The position of Jupiter when gas changed to ice

This illustration shows the accretion disk of a star that, like our Sun, could go on to form planets from the dust and gas around it. Source: ESO/L. Calçada

Stars

Red-giant-branch phase[edit]

Protoplanet Hypothesis

Terrestrial planet formation steps. Diagram of the frost line

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Scientists think that Jupiter, Earth and the other planets in our solar system formed from a disk of gas and dust surrounding the young sun.

Formation and evolution of the Solar System

Diagram of a Comet's Orbit

Condensation and Accretion. We have already formed the Sun.

Scientists now think they know why Jupiter's growth went through 3 distinct stages. This diagram depicts the 3 stages of Jupiter's growth, in millions of ...

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Illustration of the structure of the Sun and a red giant star, showing their convective zones. Credit: ESO

Graph showing the evolutionary track for a Sun-like star to the red giant phase

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The Hertzsprung-Russell diagram the various stages of stellar evolution. By far the most prominent feature is the main sequence (grey), which runs from the ...

Formation

Structure and composition

Sun Facts

The latest list of potentially habitable exoplanets, courtesy of The Planetary Habitability Laboratory. Credit

In this false-color ultraviolet image, the Sun shows a C3-class solar flare (white area on upper left), a solar tsunami (wave-like structure, upper right) ...

diagram of the life cycles of low and high-mass stars

Star

Planet Formation and Evolution

Phases of the Moon

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Earth From Space

The fate of a star depends on its mass

Stellar nurseries[edit]

Artist's impression of the Solar Nebula. Credit: NASA

With the two different paths known, the distance between the Earth and the Sun can be pretty easily calculated using trigonometry and Kepler's third law of ...

Drawing of part of Earth's surface, with helium and hydrogen atoms in atmosphere, heading

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View of the Earth with the sun in the background. Credit: NASA

An HR diagram for stars in the old stellar population of the globular cluster M55.

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NASA | Sun for Kids

Graphs of heliosheath detections by Voyager 1 and Voyager 2. Voyager 2 has since crossed the heliopause into interstellar space.

... form more stars. This allows a type of stellar coherence (young stars are found near other young stars) to build up, and is responsible for the pinwheel ...

Life Cycle of Star

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Solar Eclipse Geometry

Figure 24.27: A spring tide.

Image showing the sun as a star at the center of the Solar System. »

The Sun captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory Spacecraft.

Space exploration

Earth ...

An H-R diagram showing the evolutionary track of a sun-like star.

Over the course of a year the orientation of the axis remains fixed in space, producing changes in the distribution of solar radiation.

Astronomers See the Light