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dwarf

verb control, dominate, minimize, rise above, stunt, tower over
Associated concepts: federal government's laws dwarfing state laws, supremacy clause
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The team measured alpha for the first time the white dwarf star G191-B2B using iron and nickel ions (atoms where electrons are added or removed to give them a net electrical charge) trapped in the atmosphere of the white dwarf.
The scientists calculated that elliptical galaxies have more red dwarf stars than predicted.
Red dwarf stars are massive enough to support hydrogen fusion, like the sun.
The white dwarf star is in the constellation Virgo, 463 light years from e arth.
edu/article/2013/07/01/cloud-modeling-expands-estimate-life-supporting-planets) clouds increased the potential habitable zone of red dwarf stars .
Our discovery addresses one of the mysteries in astrophysics about the spectrum of white dwarf stars," Hoffmann said.
As interesting as white dwarf stars are in their own right, for the past few years astronomers have found their immediate vicinity interesting as well.
Astronomers have discussed theories about the possibility of crystallized white dwarf stars for decades.
The white dwarf stars are being polluted by debris from asteroid-like objects falling onto them.
Astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics (CfA) say life could be detected within the next 10 years on planets orbiting white dwarf stars.
5 can be explained best by two tightly orbiting white dwarf stars spiraling closer and closer until they collided and exploded.
Astronomers studying the atmospheres of planet-munching white dwarf stars have found that some stellar meals include the same ingredients as Earth.