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The lifespan of a star depends on its mass. Stars spend around 90% of theirs lives burning (fusion) hydrogen into helium. The more massive stars require higher temperatures and pressures from fusion to support themselves against gravitational collapse. This means fusions occurs at a much higher rate compared to smaller stars.
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