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released by NASA on 3/11/2013 and talks about the discovery of the closest star system found in a century. NASA’s made this discovery through there Wide-field Infrared Survey known as “WISE”. WISE discover a pair of stars that is set as the third closest star system to the sun. The founding of these two stars is the closest system founded since 1916. Bothe these two stars are called brown dwarfs witch can be define as stars that are too small in mass to ever become hot enough to ignite hydrogen fusion...

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Science of Stars

The article discusses the basic concepts of stars and some basic facts of astronomy the importance of the article that it shows how by using the spectroscopy technique we can determine the interaction between matter and radiated energy and discover that some objects give off and adsorb different spectrum of light. The article makes you understand the different stages of the lifecycle of the sun. Astronomers study light which comes from distant objects to determine its composition, temperature...

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Dead Stars

Dead stars is a short story by Paz Marquez Benitez, written in 1925. It is a story about a game of love. A game between three lovers trapped in a situation that might change their life forever. Alfredo Salazar is a lawyer and the main character in the story. He is the love of the life of Esperanza. They have been together for four years and meant to get married in May. Their relationship in the beginning was full of enthusiasm, full of love and happiness. But like other long term relationships, their...

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MAKING STAR TEAMS OUT OF STAR PLAYERS

RAINBOW : “MAKING STAR TEAMS OUT OF STAR PLAYERS” The best top performers are on average four times more productive than an average performer. However, there is a great danger of star members being unable to work together due to personal their personal egos. Thus, there is a need to manage them. In addition, their conventional wisdom is highly useful in situation such as designing highly sensitive business model and new products besides solving strategic problem. For example, 600 Apple engineers...

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Science of Stars SCI/151

Science of Stars SCI/151 Abstract The information contained in this paper will explain the science of the stars. Other information in this paper will be a description of how astronomical instruments aid astronomers in determining the rotation rate of distant objects, speed, temperature, and composition. Also, the author will provide an explanation of the properties of stars in the Hertzsprung - Russell diagram. In conclusion, the complete lifecycle of the Sun will be explained, along...

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Twinkle, Little Star

Twinkle, Little Star Entwined within two poems, one titled "Bright Star" and authored by John Keats, the other called "Choose Something Like a Star" penned by Mr. Robert Frost, emerges the similar theme of the human need for stability and sense of permanence. Although varied in literary devices, sub themes, and structure the like poems strongly convey this common ideal and do so with the powerful icon of the star, or the heavens. The star historically represents the eternalness of the heavens and...

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We Are Made of Star Stuff

We are “star stuff”. Discuss in detail our connections to the stars as established by modern astronomy. Modern astronomy has allowed us to understand how the universe functions and also provides the answers to some of the big questions. Questions like the origin of the universe and origin of life itself. It tells us that stars are the cosmic furnaces where all most all the building blocks of life and planets were synthesized. Lighter, basic and abundant elements like hydrogen and helium...

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Life Cycle Ofthe Stars

THE LIFE CYCLE OF THE STARS The Life Cycle of the Stars SCI 350 January 12, 2006 Abstract Stars come in many definitions and in many forms today, there are Rock Stars, Movie Stars, There is even star shaped cereal for children but the most important stars we have our in our solar system. Lets look at the stars in the sky and space their origins of birth there attributes of life and there accolades in death. The Life Cycle of the Stars To discover the stars origin we look for its definition...

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The Science of the Stars Paper

The Science of Stars Paper Astronomy/151 Robert Austin, PhD. December 30, 2013 University of Phoenix The Science of Stars Paper The stars are the majority and most widely acknowledged astronomical components that symbolize the most essential development of the galaxies. The disbursement, age, and the framework of the night sky in the galaxy maintain a record of the heritage, evolution and characteristics of our galaxy. More important the stars are integral to the fabrication and allocation...

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"The Star" by Arthur Clarke.

The main theme of "The Star" by Arthur C. Clarke deals with faith. Clarke defines faith as having belief and trust in God with strong conviction. Clarke believes that one must have faith not only during blissful times, such as during the time of creation, but also during time of anguish, such as when destruction occurs. God "created" when a star flew over Bethlehem, just as God destroyed a star, the Phoenix Nebula, and its surrounding planets including any life that may have lived there. God does...

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