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Star is Shooting Planet-Size Balls of Hot Plasma into Space

When a dying star goes down, does it go down fighting? That seems to be the case with the dying star V Hydrae, a large red giant 1,200 light-years from Earth that the Hubble telescope has seen shooting super-hot blobs of plasma twice the size of Mars...
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