Nova Cas 2021: A Lucky Star! #shorts
From astrophysics and cosmology studies, we know that the star formation rate in our galaxy is about 3 solar masses per year.
All this mass doesn’t necessarily go into 1 star, because some stars are more massive than 3 solar masses and some are less massive.
An amateur astronomer has just discovered a nova star . The star has been renamed nova Cas 2021 and it is bright enough to be seen with a small binocular.
So if you consider the two things together, and if you think that we can only see a tiny fraction of the stars in the Milky way, you’ll soon realize that Nova Cas 2021 is a lucky star!
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