Stars and Their Variety: Red Dwarfs, Brown Dwarfs, Binary Stars and Triple Star Systems

The years of exploration of the Milky Way have discovered that many stars are not a single star like our Sun, but binary or triple star system, red dwarfs or brown dwarfs. Even the brightest stars in the Earth’s night sky such as Sirius and Alpha Centauri are multiple star systems, consisting of the stars that are not massive and bigger than our Sun.

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