In a main sequence star the gravity of the core is balanced by the outward pressure of the heat created by fusion of hydrogen atoms, maing it stable. So when the hydrogen is used up, does the star expand to form a red giant because the outward pressure?


In a main sequence star the gravity of the core is balanced by the outward pressure of the heat created by fusion of hydrogen atoms, maing it stable. So when the hydrogen is used up, does the star expand to form a red giant because the outward pressure?
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