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    Default Amateur astronomers spot one in a billion star!



    This is just an absolutely mind-blowing discovery of a very unique binary system involving a white dwarf and a larger sun. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0716205413.htm
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    Default Re: Amateur astronomers spot one in a billion star!

    very cool... you know who's got the coolest gig in the world? Whoever churns out these "artist impressions"
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