Astronomers have discovered the exposed inner core of an eccentric star by chance

The exposed core of a massive star was first observed, a finding that the team that came across described it as purely “coincidence.”

Although the cores stars The vast majority of stellar energy is generated by nuclear fusion of hydrogen into helium, and is usually obscured by the bright outer substance that envelops it. Stellar cores are only detected in extremely rare and short-lived conditions.

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