Red Dwarfs

By Leo Gura - December 15, 2022

70-90% of all stars in the universe are red & brown dwarfs. These are stars smaller than our sun. The interesting thing about stars is that the larger the star, the hotter is burns, the shorter its lifespan. The largest stars have a lifespan of only 10 million years — which is way too short to allow life to evolve. 10 million years wouldn’t be enough to even get a multicellular micro-organism. Whereas the smallest red dwarfs can shine for 1 trillion years!

Imagine a trillion year old civilization orbiting a red dwarf!


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