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 · Hubble Captures Dynamic Dying Star. This atmospheric image taken with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows a dark, gloomy scene in the constellation of Gemini (the Twins). The subject of this image confused astronomers when it was first studied — rather than being classified as a single object, it was instead recorded as two objects Author: Rob Garner.

 ·  · A new image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope shows the shimmering embers of a dying star, and in their midst a mysterious doughnut-shaped ring. "Spitzer's infrared vision has revealed what.

 ·  · Snapshot: The final breath of a dying star. Diffuse clouds of ejected gas make for some of the best astronomical images around. And the planetary nebula ESO is no exception. The planetary Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.

 ·  · A dying star is a called a "red giant." This is a star whose diameter is many times greater than that of the sun (despite the fact that it is cooler). The brightness of a red giant comes from its shell, which is still burning hydrogen. Regular or "main sequence" stars fuse hydrogen into helium. Once the fusion ends, the star begins to contract.

 ·  · The white dwarf is the remnant of a sun-like star, greatly shrunken down to roughly the size of Earth, yet it retains half the sun’s mass. The massive planet looms over its tiny star, which it circles every 34 hours thanks to an incredibly close orbit. In contrast, Mercury takes a comparatively lethargic 90 days to orbit the sun.

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  •  · A dying star’s final moments are captured in this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The death throes of this star may only last mere moments on a cosmological timescale, but this star’s demise is still quite lengthy by our standards, lasting tens of thousands of years! The star’s agony has culminated in a wonderful planetary.

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