Scientists may have discovered an “immortal” star
Stars have a definite life cycle. They form, they burn off their fuel, they expand, they explode, and they die. So far all stars have followed this cycle. Except for this star. Not only is it substantially brighter than most stars like it, but it seems to have exploded (again, much brighter than other stars its size) multiple times. If that isn’t interesting enough for you, this video also shares some recent discoveries that explain the haze over Pluto.
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More amazing astronomy.Posted by Josh Urich