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How Stars Die

Science isn’t as much fun as fiction because science just takes too long. Take the life of a star for instance, it takes millions of years for anything really cool to happen to a star. And once it does start, it takes several million years to actually happen.

In fiction, stars are born in a dizzying swirl of light and a dense roar of matter. In no time, fictional galaxies are reduced to so much space dust.

I don’t know where I was going with this … it has been in draft status since March. Oh well, it’s out there now.

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