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Star Life Cycle

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Earlier this year, my year received an assessment in physics that told us to do something spacey, and present it in an original way. In response, I animated the life cycle of a star to explain what actually goes on. A little bit of background knowledge on atoms and subatomic particles can be useful for understanding the presentation. The song is 'Space Trip' by Acid Paradox; go support him if you liked it.

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I love this about 4 min. movie. I like learning new things via movie or video game, and this is the ONLY star life cycle video so far, which makes this unique. By the way, how long did it take for you to create this awesome video? I especially like to say "FWOOM" when the awesome supernova happens at the 3:30 min. mark. This is space awesomeness at its best. I didn`t know of deuterium until the 1st time I watched this. This gets an undisputed 100!!!!!

very nice

lol tell u the truth i suck at anything that has 2 do with science
but this changes everything that i knw n i learned from it
hope 2 c more like these


As a wise person once said; "You see, I learned something today..."

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I like it.

But you should've added more at the end of the animation.

Especially since there are more than one way that a star dies. Some starts die and material is scattered to form nebulae, some become pulsars/neutron stars. Black holes usually occurs from a resulting death of a supergiant class star.

But that's just me, everything else is fine.

Great work and excellent choice in music. :3

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vakamaMX responds:

I know...
The thing is, I only had to do the life cycle of one type of star, so I just picked the biggest there is XD



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3.64 / 5.00

Sep 12, 2011
6:21 PM EDT