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astronomers catch a dying star
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In a stroke of cosmic luck, astronomers for the first time witnessed the start of one of the universe's most fiery events: the end of a star's life as it exploded into a supernova.


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My friend is fascinated about this suff as a hobby. He sad this is major step for the human science as it confirms facts that were previously assumed, and gives certain clues to new ones :oO
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WoW, it's a really incredible, as I'm also loved the star gazing activity as well.

Though, the Solar system will have the same fate like this star in the future...
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yes, but it will happen in not less than 5 billion years, as far as I know.
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A dying star is actually a black hole.
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Well, did you all know that the Sun is classified as the "G" class star and its absolute magnitude is only +4.83?
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willyoumind Wrote:Well, did you all know that the Sun is classified as the "G" class star and its absolute magnitude is only +4.83?
could you speak to us in a more typical way? What does +4.83 mean?
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The CERN project is going to repeat this story in earth-conditions, this autumn.
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