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Our Future Sun

Our Future Sun By Judith E Braffman-Miller Our Sun was born about 4.56 billion years ago from the jumbled fragments, left as lingering relics, of earlier generations of stars that perished long ago–their nuclear-fusing fires extinguished after consuming their necessary supply of fuel. Stars of all sizes fuse increasingly heavier and heavier atomic elements out of lighter ones, and when…

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A Dwarf Galaxy Reveals The Universe’s Secrets

A Dwarf Galaxy Reveals The Universe’s Secrets By Judith E Braffman-Miller The shining star-splattered galaxies of the observable Universe switched on long ago, and lit up the primordial Cosmos when it was less than a billion years old. The observable (visible) Universe is really only the relatively small region of the gigantic, unexplored, and unreachable Cosmos that we can see–we…

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