A Tiny L-Dwarf Star Generates Huge Storm

By using data from Kepler and Spitzer telescopes, astronomers have discovered a tiny L-dwarf star, called W1906+40 with a giant storm the size of the Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. This L-dwarf has a temperature of 3,500 degrees Fahrenheit and generates light, which classify it as a star.

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