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Types of Stars Song

Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy.Yeah, the stars burn hot35,000 Celsius a blue starTo a red giant3,300 Celsius red is coldWhere do they come from?Clouds of gases and dust clump as they growThen the clouds pull inTemperatures will rise and making a coreBut baby stars are bornHottest all of them, they will be white or blueYeah, colder stars are yellowLike our Sun yo! We see it glowNow orange getting coolerGetting cooler like a hanging fruitThe oldest ones are dyingThey are dying they are red and coolSo we classify stars in spectral typesThe youngest hot stars are blue and whiteAnd you know old ones are red most timesBut they all can be seen in the sky at nightWhen the gas runs outA star like our sun will grow and turn redNow a red giantSlowly puffs off layers out into spaceA supernovaComes from red super giants that swell upAnd when they blow upLeaves a neutron star that spins and flashesBut baby stars are bornHottest all of them, they will be white or blueYeah, colder stars are yellowLike our Sun yo! We see it glowNow orange getting coolerGetting cooler like a hanging fruitThe oldest ones are dyingThey are dying they are red and coolSo we classify stars in spectral typesThe youngest hot stars are blue and whiteAnd you know old ones are red most timesBut they all can be seen in the sky at nightYeah, hey these are the stars so brightYeah, hey these are the stars so brightYeah, hey these are the stars so brightBut baby stars are bornHottest all of them, they will be white or blueYeah, cooler stars are yellowLike our Sun yo! We see it glowNow orange getting coolerGetting cooler like a hanging fruitYeah, yeah, yeah, yeahSo we classify stars in spectral typesThe youngest hot stars are blue and whiteAnd you know old ones are red most timesBut they all can be seen in the sky at nightYeah, hey these are the stars so brightSo we classify stars in spectral typesThe youngest hot stars are blue and whiteAnd you know old ones are red most timesBut they all can be seen in the sky at night(I don't know...whatever)
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