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What nuclear fusion reactions go on inside stars, and what does it depend on? Find about the proton proton chain reaction.
Why do stars twinkle and is it true that planets don't?
Nuclear fusion energy explained simply, with lots of extra resources for students and teachers.
Brief intro to fusion and a very comprehensive list of links
The European Fusion Development Agency site with detailed information about nuclear fusion in general and the JET project in particular
Info on this type of star and links to related topics.
Table showing star temperature related to colour.
A star of 15 solar masses exhausts its hydrogen in about one-thousandth the lifetime of our sun.
A profile of Henrietta Swan Leavitt, a female computer, who did a lot of work categorising and measuring the brightness of stars.
A star exists in a delicate balance between the crushing force of gravity, on the one hand, and the push of incredibly hot gases on the other.
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