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Astrophysics Notes for Assessment

This site, recommended by Mr. Dinning, covers all of the basics of a star’s life cycle

Stars are a fascinating component of our universe. They may seem like permanent objects in the sky, but technology has allowed us to photograph the heavens, and now we know more about stars than ever before. They are born, they live, and then they die. How does this happen?

Click here for a Comprehensive coverage of the Dot Points for the Astrophysics Option (We start Week 6!!!)

Parallax of Star


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