How do stars lose mass?

The star is constantly losing mass due to light emission and the outflow of matter. A significant loss of mass occurs in the late stages of a star’s life – during the formation of planetary nebulae and supernova explosions. A noticeable transfer of matter is observed in close binary systems.

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