Astronomers have straight measured the mass of a single, remoted white dwarf — the surviving core of a burned-out, Solar-like star. Researchers discovered that the white dwarf is 56 p.c the mass of our Solar. This agrees with earlier theoretical predictions of the white dwarf’s mass and corroborates present theories of how white dwarfs evolve as the tip product of a typical star’s evolution. The distinctive commentary yields insights into theories of the construction and composition of white dwarfs.
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