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From Celestopedia

A star is an extremely hot and large ball composed of plasma. Most stars, main-sequence-stars get their light and heat energy from fusing hydrogen into helium. Giant stars get energy from fusing heavier elements.

Stars range from red dwarfs that if they had only a little less mass they'd be a brown-dwarf to supergiants with masses over 100 M that's about to go supernova in only a few thousand years.

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