"A star with a mass much greater than that of the sun will form, live, and die more quickly than a main sequence star. The reason for this is its greater mass, for the resulting gravity squeezes the star's core and creates greater pressures, resulting in a faster fusion rate." - Chris Mihos

"A star with a mass much greater than that of the sun will form, live, and die more quickly than a main sequence star. The reason for this is its greater mass, for the resulting gravity squeezes the star's core and creates greater pressures, resulting in a faster fusion rate." - Chris Mihos

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Link E Starbureiy at: 11:52 PM said...

If we look outside of the astronomical aspect, and at our lives in general, it could mean something like "the bigger the superstar and quicker the lifestyle, the faster the rate of death".

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