Stars may all be born in pairs and lose their siblings later - Astronomy Magazine


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Stars may all be born in pairs and lose their siblings later
Astronomy Magazine
... with regard to mass, meaning that some former companions could be brown dwarfs cast out by larger stars. The authors of the paper, accepted in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, say more work is needed to confirm their hypothesis.
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