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    Default Massive Stars Versus Red Dwarf Stars?



    True or False, A Red Dwarf Star will live much longer than a
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    * A star at least 100 times more massive than our own sun.

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    True.
    A star 100 times as massive as our sun would have an incredibly short lifespan--if it could even exist, which is doubtful.
    Learning the sky--one star at a time.
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