Life Cycle of High Mass Star


  • Sabir Sadiq Kurdistan Space Agency, Shiladoze, Duhok, Kurdistan


Nebula, Gravity, High mass stars, Dark Fabric matter and energy, Nuclear fusions


          In the present work, I shall explain the gravity and life cycle of a high mass Stars. Mathematical equations are important factors to describe the role of a gravity as a dark fabric distortion. The space of Universe is not empty at whole, but it is completed by a dark fabric matter and energy that distorted under the stress of a high mass Stars from their Birth to a Death. Dark fabric is warping strongly under the effect of Neutron Stars and black holes. Blue Supergiant stars are high mass Stars where their masses are very high may burn their fuel very quickly to produce new heavy atoms, and release tremendous amount of energy, and plasma. All main sequence stars in such high mass may die and expand to become a red supergiant when their fuel of fusion exhausted at the final stages of a star’s lifetime. Supergiant stars may die and explode with a big and luminous explosion that named a supernova. The remnant core of high mass stars may become a neutron star or black hole according to the mass of an exploded stars.


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Sabir Sadiq. (2023). Life Cycle of High Mass Star. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences, 97(1), 11–29. Retrieved from