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astroboy1251

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About astroboy1251

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    Astronomy, of course, and gaming.
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    North Carolina

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  1. Happily, there is very few stars of any giant magnitude in the vicinity of the solar system
  2. What moon didn't you see? Im thinking its Callisto since its the smallest Gallilean moon
  3. Im thinking that a neutron star might have the same effect, it eventually wears out, just like gamma rays
  4. Yiu know, I was watching space weather on the weather channel, and it said a star within 6000 lightyears could affect a planet, a gamma-ray burst, lets hope that Betelgeuse doesn't go pulsar, or we'd die from continuing gamma rays
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