Astronomers see a failed star so small it shouldn’t exist | Sciences

Astronomers have discovered the smallest brown dwarf to date using the James Webb Telescope. The star is three to four times the mass of Jupiter, the most massive planet in our solar system. This is actually impossibly small for a star.

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