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Our Neighbor Star Proxima Centauri "Defies Expectation" --Has Magnetic Cycle Similar to the Sun

If intelligent aliens were living on Proxima Centauri's planet, Proxima b, "They would have a very dramatic view," says the lead author of a new the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) study, Brad Wargelin. In August astronomers announced that the...
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