Stellar evolution - Wikipedia - The core of a mature supergiant

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Answer to The core of a mature supergiant A. is layered, with heavier elements in the center. B. is layered, with lighter. the core of a mature supergiant. is layered, with heavier elements in the center. which type of supernovae have hydrogen lines in their spectra? type 2 (from.

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By Voodoosar - 16:14
Stellar evolution is the process by which a star changes over the course of time. Depending on Later, as the preponderance of atoms at the core becomes helium, stars like the 2 Mature stars Supergiant evolution; Supernova.
By Arashik - 18:43
A yellow supergiant star is a star, generally of spectral type F or G, having a supergiant . Stars more massive than about 2 M ☉ have a sufficiently large helium core that it begins fusion before becoming degenerate. It is expected that first-time yellow supergiants mature to the red supergiant stage without any supernova.
By Yozshubar - 17:28
Supergiant. The evolutionary stage of a massive star after it leaves the main The core of a mature supergiant. A. Is layered, with heavier elements in the center.

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