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Billions of years before humans walked the Earth—before the Earth even existed—blazing stars fused atoms into iron and carbon.
There are legions of cypress, oak, and loblolly trees, purple blazing star flowers, and all sorts of animals, especially the massive bucks that hunters pridefully kill.
Since volunteers began restoring the preserve about 40 years ago, visitors now can spot great St. John’s wort, bergamot, rattlesnake-master, coneflowers and blazing stars, among other plants and wildflowers, according to the preserve’s website.
And the alkali mariposa lily and ash meadows blazing star are among the plants that grow only along this river.
Hurtling through Saturn’s shroud of hydrogen and helium at nearly 70,000 mph, the spacecraft would have been glowing like a meteor in its last moments -- a fitting finale for a blazing star of the scientific world.
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