A longer life.
A shorter life.
To live forever.
Absolute magnitude verses the apparent magnitude.
Mass verses absolute magnitude.
Luminosity verses surface temperature.
Surface temperature verses mass.
10 to 100 times greater then the suns.
100 to 150 times greater than the sun.
10 to 100 million times greater than the sun.
100 to 150 million times greater than the sun.
Always 500 times greater than our sun.
Relatively cool in temperature.
None of the above.
Other little stars.
Elements such as lead, copper, uranium and many more.
Stays the same.
None of the above.
A quasar or a cloud.
A neutron star or blackhole.
A white dwarf or blue giant.
A black hole or white dwarf.
A new-born star.
A rapidly spinning neutron star.
A rapidly spinning white dwarf.
All of the below.
The densest object in the universe.
A very strong gravitational force.
The remnants of a star at least 15 times as massive as the sun.
The measure of how bright a star appears to be to an observer on Earth.
A measure of how bright the star would be if all stars were at the same distance from Earth.
The brightness of a star.
How far away the star is from Earth.
South to North.
West to East.
East to West.
North to south.
151, 000 km.
13 million km.
150 million km.
Red giant stars.
Staying the same.
26,000 Light Years.
42,000 Light Years.
16,000 Light Years.
18,000 Light Years.
The earth's orbit.
A single star.
The surface of the Moon.
A group of stars held together by gravity.
The super dense mass of the sun.
The super dense mass of neutrons that can result after the collapse of a massive star.
The moon's neutron balance between gravity and the surrounding stars.
A star with neutron friends.
God created everything.
Debris magically appeared from another galaxy to form the Milky Way.
That million's of stars collided and sent debris every were.
There was a great expansion from a small dense object.