dwarf star

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  • Info The term dwarf star refers to a variety of distinct classes of stars. more...
  • But the dwarf star will still be further away than other stars have achieved.
  • This planet is one of the most massive found around a red dwarf star.
  • These objects are probably low-mass white dwarf stars produced by previous episodes of mass transfer in their systems.
  • From that point forward it will evolve into a single white dwarf star.
  • Eventually, the only stars remaining will be white dwarf stars.
  • Such stars are said to be on the main sequence and are called dwarf stars.
  • However, they find a planetless system consisting only of a white-dwarf star.
  • It is one of the largest and brightest M class red dwarf stars known.
  • There is also a secondary star, a red dwarf star much dimmer than the primary.
  • His current work focuses on galaxies and he is also well known for his study of white dwarf stars.
  • The red dwarf star causing the lens may have a planet, according to one study.
  • The companion is an old, active red dwarf star that has a relatively high metallicity.
  • Such a massive body would be a dim red dwarf star, not a planet.
  • At this point it becomes a white dwarf star, composed primarily of carbon and oxygen.
  • It is a yellow dwarf star, similar to the Sun.
  • Its fan-like leaves trap the red dwarf star's energy to produce sugars.
  • However, g-modes have been observed in white dwarf stars.
  • Single subdwarfs may be the result of a merger of two white dwarf stars.
  • The star was originally assumed to be a red dwarf star, since they are the most common type of star in the galaxy.
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