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When a star's nuclear energy runs out, it dies. A star can die in many ways. A _____ is one way a star might die, and it can trigger the beginning of a new star's life cycle.
The answer is A Supernova. When this happens, the shock wave from the explosion will trigger surrounding dust and gas to compress which creates what is known as a nebulae and its within this nebulae that new stars are born.
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The answer is A Supernova. When this happens, the shock wave from the explosion will trigger surrounding dust and gas to compress which creates what is known as a nebulae and its within this nebulae that new stars are born.
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