star without hydrogen
A Desiccated Star
a: Star without hydrogen ~
b: a dry fish
What: "But what makes them really special is that their spectral lines show *little or no hydrogen*. Since most of the universe is made of hydrogen,
a star without hydrogen is like a dry fish. How can this be?"
Writer: John Baez
Date: Nov 12 2012 4:15 PM
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