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Powerful stellar winds can blow away around half of a carbon star's total mass, creating interstellar dust.
In 2016, astronomers discovered an Earth-mass planet around Proxima Centauri, but the planet, blasted by radiation and fierce stellar winds, seems unlikely to be habitable.
These heavy elements bubble up to the surface in large amounts, where vicious stellar winds rip them up and eject them into space.
The bow shock is formed by the collision of stellar wind with the planet's magnetosphere.
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