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    The Life of a Brittle Starfish The type of marine organism, which will be reported on within the following text, is the Brittle Stars. The Brittle Star is also called the serpent star and a common name for a large group of echinoderms closely related to the starfish. These organisms make up the class Ophiuroidea; another common name for ophiuroidea is snake stars. These organisms can be found in all oceans but are more abundant in the Tropics. Brittle stars can come in different colors. 2.0

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    Kanpur city of is one of the largest cities in India, located on the banks of River Ganges in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It’s one of the major, thickly populated industrial cities of Northern India and famous for its historical, religious and commercial significance. It is one of the important educational centers of the country. It is a home for textile, leather, engineering, fertilizer, two wheeler, pan masala, soap and chemical industries. A variety of goods are being exported from this place

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    The Desolate Housewife

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    The Desolate Housewife In the Elegy “She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways”, William Wordsworth tells the audience about a woman named Lucy who lived in isolation and died a lonely death. This poem is one of a series of five by Wordsworth all centered on what is assumed to be a fictional character by the name of Lucy. In all 5 however he writes about this character as if her death caused him serious anguish. In the poem Wordsworth uses figurative language, various vowel frequencies, and the unique speaking

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    The Doppler Method uses the host star’s radial velocity variations of what is thought to be an extrasolar planet, to locate them. Another successful method is the Transit Method. When a planet goes in front of the star’s disk, the brightness of the star decreases. The amount of the star’s dim level during this process determines the size of the planet passing in front of it. There are many different ways for an extrasolar planet to be discovered and confirmed. This list is of the other ways to discover

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    Stars are luminous spheres that have been around longer than humans. In fact, it has been said that, “We are a way for the universe to know itself. Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return. And we can, because the cosmos is also within us. We're made of star stuff.” [1] Just like any other animate object, stars also go through a life cycle. They grow up, live their life, and slowly but surely die out. Stars can live for billions and even trillions of years. The

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    Reddest of the Red Stars by Vincent S. Foster Some stars will have you seeing red. They’re carbon stars, a unique type of variable star, which accumulate soot in their upper atmosphere that scatters light near the blue end of the spectrum. What’s left for us to view is the red component of a star’s light. As the carbon particles build up, the star fades in brightness and gets even redder. Eventually, the carbon absorbs enough radiation to escape the star, and the cycle starts over again. Novice stargazers

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    Edmund Halley's Comet

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    Imagine standing in the field with your friend looking at the stars, as the cool breeze blows through the group you see a white bright streak flying by. One of the voices says, “Hey! Its Halley’s Comet!” Now fast forward seventy-five years, as you sit on your porch with your wife you see a familiar looking streak cruising through the vast dark blue sky. You realise that Halley’s Comet has come back to say hello. The comet, previously mentioned, was discovered in 1705 by Edmund Halley (Nov.8,1656-Jan

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    created from Stars but before we get there, stars are created from large quantities of hydrogen. The hydrogen are compacted and combusted forming super-hot plasma. The inside core of the stars may be as hot as a couple million Kelvin while the temperature on the outside layer is only around 3000-6000K which is around 7000-10000F.(Heavens 36) Black holes cannot be made by just any star. It has to be a super-giant star to be able to cause a super nova (super nova is an explosion caused by a star which is

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    A stars final state depends greatly on its mass and a star’s mass is determined at the beginning of its stellar lifecycle. Typically, black holes, neutron stars and type II supernovas only occur in the life cycle of high-mass stars while white dwarfs, planetary nebulae and type IA supernovas occur in the life cycle of low-mass stars. To determine how each of these remnants of stellar evolution are created all that is required is to follow the stellar life cycle of both low and high-mass stars. Beginning

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    Stars and Nuclear Fusion

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    A ster os lamonuas puont on thi noght sky thet os e lergi, Indicint budois loki thi san. Sters eri medi ap uf bog ixpludong bells uf ges, mustly hydrugin end hiloam. Thi san os somolerly e ster medi ap uf hagi emuants uf hydrugin, andirguong e cuntonauas naclier riectoun loki e hydrugin bumb. Sters cumi ebuat whin vest cluads uf hydrugin, hiloam end dast cuntrect end cullepsi dai tu grevoty. Thi cluads cemi frum estrunumocel plesme frum “Thi Bog Beng”, bat thi dast cumis frum thi sapirnuvei uf uthir

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