ASTRONOMERS HAVE FOUND THE SOURCE OF LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE



  • Every second, a star dies in the universe. But these stellar beings don't just completely vanish, stars always leave something behind.

    Some stars explode in a supernova, turning into a black hole or a neutron star, while the majority of stars become white dwarfs, a core of the star it once used to be. However, a new study reveals that these white dwarfs contribute more to life in the cosmos than previously believed.

    The study, published Monday in the journal Nature Astronomy, suggests that WHITE DWARF STARS are the main source of carbon atoms in the Milky Way, a chemical element known to be crucial to all life.

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