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What's Wrong With This Star?

Alma : Canada | Oct 11, 2012 at 6:29 AM PDT
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Space.com An intriguing spiral structure surrounding a pulsing red giant star may be offering a preview of how the sun will behave at the end of its life. Chile, an international team of astronomers found the spiral structure, one never seen before, in the envelope of gas and dust around a red giant about... FULL ARTICLE AT Fox
 
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