Podcast: Where Do Stars Go When They Die?

Article written: 5 Dec , 2006
Updated: 21 Dec , 2015
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We’ve celebrated the birth of new stars, but the stellar lifecycle doesn’t end there. Stars like our Sun will spend billions of years fusing together hydrogen and pumping out energy. And when the fuel runs out, their death is as interesting as their birth. This week Fraser and Pamela trace out this stellar evolution, and explain what the future holds for stars, large and small.

Astronomy Cast is a weekly podcast hosted by Fraser Cain from Universe Today, and Dr. Pamela Gay (of Slacker Astronomy fame). Each week we take a fact-based journey through the cosmos to explain the discoveries in astronomy, and understand how we know what we know.

Episode 13 – Where Do Stars Go When They Die?

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Where Do Stars Go When They Die? – Show notes and transcript

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4 Responses

  1. pradipta says

    We can see original space objects within 150 million kilometer. Ahade of it everything is mere image into space mirror. It can not explain in short. . Therefore it invites to visit http://www.spacemirrormystery.com to know the original truth

  2. Jacob says

    Easy on the scientific jargon, dude!

    You cannot argue in the way your website presents – perhaps in India, but not in the real world of Western science.

    I cannot believe that the original truth forgets to conjugate verbs – an English friend of yours might fix up the language.

    Veda’s are great; but please wait with astronomy, chances are that you are mistaken, and thus you mislead other people!

    Greetings,
    Jacob

    (My English is not perfect either, but at least I do not publish my random thoughts on cosmology)

  3. charlee says

    this is a good way to find great facts

  4. pradipta says

    ASK YOURSELF EYES WHEATHER IT IS CAPABLE TO SEE ANYTHING OF FRONTIER?
    I AM GOING TO CORRECT MY WEB VERY SOON. PROBLEM IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE I SUBMIT SOMETHING WRONG IN MY WEB.
    WE KNOW LIGHT HAS NO SHAPE BUT WHEN IT REFLECTS ANY OBJECT WE CAN SEE THE OBJECT.
    SO YOU REMEMBER THAT WE CAN SEE THE SOURCES OF LIGHT, VIZ; (SUN, CANDLE, ELECTRIC BULB) AND LIGHT REFLECTED OBJECTS AND WE CAN NOT SEE ANYTHINGN IN DARKNESS.

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