This visually spectacular and instructive film traces the evolution of a star from its birth in the depths of a black nebula to its final extinction. Animated drawings, recreating the beauty and immensity of the universe, are amplified by a dense narrative describing the differing evolutionary processes followed by stars of different masses. The film touches on the creation of elements in the core of stars, red giants, bursters, space-time relationships, and black holes. This animation film will be of particular interest to students of physics, chemistry, astronomy, and animation buffs.
1983, 19 min 58 s
Golden Gate Awards Competition & International Film Festival
April 11 to 27 1985, San Francisco - USA
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