Star Facts: The Basics of Star Names and Stellar EvolutionUploader: Zuluzil 2 month ago Subscribe 9
This question has fascinated scientists as well as philosophers, musicians and dreamers throughout the ages. After the star has fused the helium of its core, the carbon product fuses producing a hot core with an outer shell of fusing helium. A couple of examples are the European Extremely Large Telescope E-ELT , which is planned to start observations in in infrared and optical wavelengths. It has units of power.