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Sun-like stars turn docile after chaotic adolescence

The results of a new X-ray study suggest that the high-energy activity of Sun-like stars rapidly drops off following a tumultuous youth. The findings could have significant implications for the habitability of exoplanets orbiting these stars, including their ability to maintain an atmosphere... Continue Reading Sun-like stars turn docile after chaotic adolescence Category: Space Tags: Atmo
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