http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/the-universe/84-the-universe/stars-and-star-clusters/nuclear-burning/403-how-can-a-star-burn-with-no-oxygen-beginner

Jun 27, 2015 ... It should be noted that in the presence of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen, stars heavier than the Sun may burn hydrogen to helium by using the C, ...

https://science.howstuffworks.com/star5.htm

New stars form from large, cold (10 degrees Kelvin) clouds of dust and gas ( mostly ... Therefore, large stars burn the hydrogen fuel in the core quickly, whereas, ...

https://www.thoughtco.com/why-stars-burn-and-star-death-2698853

Aug 1, 2018 ... Learn how a star's life begins, why stars burn, what happens when a star dies, and how its collapse manifests.

https://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-resources/how-long-do-stars-live-stars-die/

Jul 15, 2014 ... Generally, the more massive the star, the faster it burns up its fuel supply, and the shorter its life. The most massive stars can burn out and ...

https://starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/StarChild/questions/question36.html

The Sun does not "burn", like we think of logs in a fire or paper burning. ... the surface and radiating out into space to be the heat and light we know stars emit.

https://socratic.org/questions/how-can-stars-burn-without-oxygen

Jul 9, 2015 ... Stars do not burn like wood on a fire. There is no flame. Instead of calling a star a giant ball of flaming gas it should be called a giant ball of ...

https://www.inmarsat.com/blog/do-stars-burn

Oct 9, 2014 ... The ones I remember were along the lines of, 'Fire needs oxygen so how can stars burn in space?' and 'If you fly off in a spaceship in a straight ...

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/space/universe/white-dwarfs/

Find out more about the Solar System's aging stars. ... with the ten billion the same star may already have spent burning hydrogen like our own sun. View Images.

https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/articles/teaching-content/all-about-stars/

That is why it is red — red stars are cooler than the sun, blue-white stars are hotter. .... We know from our calculations that very big, massive stars burn up their  ...

https://www.quora.com/Why-do-stars-burn-in-a-vacuum-without-oxygen

It should be noted that in the presence of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen, stars heavier than the Sun may burn hydrogen to helium by using the ...