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For decades, scientists theorized that circling in the center of galaxies, including ours, were lots of stellar black holes , collapsed giant stars where the gravity is so strong even light doesn’t get out.
Carballo-Rubio calculated the polarization of these particles can produce a surprising effect inside the powerful gravitational fields of dying giant stars—a field that repels instead of attracts.
Today, Billboard has announced the first round of panel discussions, featuring some giant stars.
The blue-white giant star marks the heart of Leo, the lion, the mythical king of the cosmic jungle.
Neutron stars, among the most exotic objects in the universe, form from the cores of giant stars that have exploded.
This giant star, which marks the eye of the mythical Taurus, the bull constellation, appears less than three degrees from Venus.
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