A brown dwarf star has been discovered only 7.2 light years away.


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A brown dwarf star has been discovered only 7.2 light years away.

This makes it the fourth closest interstellar neighbor to the Sun.

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  • joe

    Fascinating, a star with no habitable zone, only warm enough to keep permafrost on any orbiting planet. Would that star even qualify to say that it has a solar system?, probably not.

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