Subject: Do truly large stars ever eject actual mini - stars?
Date: Thu Jan 13 01:00:49 2000
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Grade level: undergrad
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City: Baltimore State/Province: MD
Area of science: Astronomy
I'm fully aware of both solar flares and mass ejections from stars.
Are the mass ejections ever large enough to create an new (funtioning)
Are there any binary star systems where this appears to have happend?
Re: Do truly large stars ever eject actual mini - stars?
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