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Transcript
StarFold Project
1.
Make a Diamond-Fold 4-Tab Foldable.
2.
On the outside of each flap, draw a picture and label the following stars:
o Red Giant
Supernova
o White Dwarf
o Supernova
o Black Hole
White
Dwarf
Black
Hole
Red Giant
3.
Open one of the four flaps. On the inside of the flap, give the following
information about that particular star:
1) From what kind of star did it form?
2) What kind of star will it become?
3) Description of Star:
a)
Relative size
1
2
3
4
(compared to our Sun or Earth)
b)
Relative mass
(in solar masses 1M = same mass as the sun
2M = 2X the Sun’s mass, etc.)
c)
Surface Temperature
4) Other Distinctive Characteristics
4.
Use the Star Chart for help in finding information. The Notes – “Lives of
Stars” also contain information, especially about black holes.