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Question: If in billions of billions of years all the stars will eventually die out and become black dwarves, how is this possible when there are constantly new ones being formed from nebulas?
Asked by marybarry to Suzi, Tim on 24 Jun 2011.
answered on 24 Jun 2011:
I don’t know the answer to this, but my guess would be that there are only a finite number of nebulas, so once these have made all the stars they can, eventually all theses stars will die…but we’re talking way WAY far in the future.
This is just my guess though – what do you think?
marybarry commented on 24 Jun 2011:
i think the universe is infinite so the stars and nebulas are infinite- i think all stars will become black dwarves but there will always be new ones!
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Suzi commented on 26 Jun 2011:
Hi @marybarry – yes if the Universe is infinite then nebulas would be infinite. I don’t know whether the Universe is infinite in distance, but I think that even if THIS Universe eventually dies, then there’s probably OTHER Universes maybe, and in time there may be another Big Bang and it will all start again 🙂
So I agree with you that it will never be the case that all stars everywhere will be gone for all time!
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