New Observations Suggest Our Galaxy Contains 100 Billion Failed Stars

tecnologia - 06/07/2017 22:10 - gizmodo.com


New research suggests our galaxy contains as many as 100 billion brown dwarfs—a type of celestial object that didn’t have quite what it takes to become a full-fledged star.

The finding shows just how ubiquitous brown dwarfs really are, and how many false starts are involved in the formation of new stars.Read more...

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