THE MOST COMMON STAR
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
What is the most common star in the universe?
If you were to start counting the
stars in the universe, first of all, you'd never finish, but quite quickly you'd
realize that the most common of all the types of stars was the lowly red dwarf
which account for up to 80% of all stars.
Red dwarfs do not exceed 40% of the mass of our sun and
are about 19% as bright, in fact they are quite boring stars living a quite
boring life which, due to the slowness of burning their fuel, their life can
last 10 billion years.
Now if your looking for a red dwarf that is not so boring, in fact quite comical,
you can look to BBC's Red Dwarf, a British science fiction comedy created and
written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor that first aired in 1988 and ran though the
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