The Blue Giant

It has the distinction of being the most known star in the universe, the brightest known star in the universe, and the hottest known star ever known. It is located in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy orbiting the Milky Way. The name R136a1.1960, when viewed using a standard telescope, is thought to be more than one star. Then Hubble came and explained the giant. Although there are many other gigantic stars in size, these records are unique to this one. It has 315 times the mass of the Sun. The fuel is mainly helium and other heavy elements. Supermassive stars are a rare phenomenon in the universe. It is thought that the two giant stars may have merged somehow. Stars like this will burn faster. Therefore, we know the future of this very well. A supernova explosion and then a black hole guaranteed.

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