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Launchpad: Life Cycle of a Star

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Each of us is made from star stuff. But how are stars formed? Take a closer look at the life cycles of stars and learn where stars come from, how they change, and what happens to stars when their lives come to an end. Find out about your connection to the cosmos.

Published on: October 12, 2016

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