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PS100 Questions from Chapter 33 Comprehension matching Gas that glows from being heated by a nearby hot star. The small hot core that remains after a small start forms a planetary nebula. The star is about the size of Earth at this stage. Remnant of a star composed entirely of neutrons because gravity pulled the electrons into the protons. The final stage of a very massice star that no longer emits light and pinches off the space-time region. The space between stars. Glowing bubbles of gaseous material that expand out from a small star into space. Cool layer that the star's light comes from. When a start collapses and rebounds, creating a massive shock wave that destroys the star. Gas in cool, dark locations of space. The gas emits low-energy radio waves. The name of a white dwarf after it cools and no longer emits energy. Process that dominates the life of a star. In this stage, the star expands to about 50 times its normal size.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course PHYSICAL S 100 taught by Professor Allred during the Spring '10 term at BYU.

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