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104.Because more massive stars have more gravitational energy, they can

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104.Because more massive stars have more gravitational energy, they can fuse heavier nuclear fuels.
105.The sun will eventually become a supernova.
106.Type II supernovae are believed to occur when the cores of massive stars collapse.
107.Synchrotron radiation occurs when high speed electrons move through a magnetic field.
108.A Type II supernova produces a planetary nebula.
109.A nova destroys the star and leaves behind a white dwarf.
110.A star begins fusing hydrogen to helium the moment it leaves the main sequence.
111.The average size of a white dwarf is about the same size as the Earth.
112.Neutron stars have densities roughly the same as that of the atomic nucleus.
113.Neutron stars were first discovered in the 1930's.

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