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They concluded that they did not detect a difference in acceleration of the neutron star and the inner White dwarf star toward the outer dwarf star.
Paul Robertson, a postdoctoral fellow at Penn State, said that it had explained, for the first time, all the previous and somewhat conflicting observations of the intriguing dwarf star Gliese 581, a faint star with less mass than our Sun that is just 20 light years from Earth.
Bean and Kempton looked at the light spectrum signature from the large planet as it passed in front of the dwarf star, and the result led to two possible conclusions: steam bath or haze.
Containing two stars that are orbited by two planets the system, called NN Serpentis, looks a little like two coloured balls, a red ball and a bright white dwarf star posing as a cue ball.
RED Dwarf star Danny John-Jules - accused of attacking two binmen with a samurai sword - has vowed: "I will clear my name in front of a judge."
Its sun is the red dwarf star, Gliese 581, located within 100 stars of our own solar system.
It consists of a white dwarf star in close orbit with a much larger red giant star.
UCLA astronomers discovered a surprisingly high abundance of dust orbiting an ancient, dead white dwarf star, GD 362--a discovery that foreshadows our solar system's eventual end.
Unique follow-up observations carried out with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope are providing important supporting evidence for the existence of a candidate planetary companion (five times the mass of Jupiter) to a relatively bright young dwarf star located 225 light-years away in the southern constellation Hydra.
Red Dwarf star Craig Charles, actor Jonathon Morris, singer Kevin Simm and Brookside's Philip Olivier led complaints, with only former heartthrob Chesney Hawkes happy to don the nappy-style garb
RED DWARF star Robert Llewellyn has revealed the BBC sci-fi comedy is set to boldly go into the great unknown...
In 1984 the red dwarf star Van Biesbroeck 8 was reported to have a still dimmer companion star.