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Sun-like star. Artwork of a Sun-like star, a large ball of hydrogen and helium undergoing nuclear fusion under its own weight. This nuclear fusion causes stars to radiate energy in the form of heat, light and other forms of radiation. Main sequence stars such as the Sun are generally hundreds of thousands of kilometres across, appear yellow in colour, and shine for billions of years.
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