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Low-Mass Stars are Born in Pairs, Astronomers Claim
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In this study, 'wide' means that the two stars are separated by more than 500 AU (astronomical units). A wide binary companion to our Sun would have been 17 times farther from the Sun than Neptune. Based on this model, the Sun's sibling most likely ...
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