All about stars
Now that you've read how stars form, check out what's going on inside them.
October 20, 2010
The Orion Nebula (M42) is a hotbed of star formation.
Photo by George Greaney
In the December 2010 issue, I wrote about star formation ("How stars form," page 26). The article talks about how these objects get to the main-sequence state — where they fuse hydrogen to create helium. So after they reach this point, what's happening within them?
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