Nice artists impression.
Did they miss the inference that 'no fusion' means no bright light source? (it's mostly just IR)
Disk Detective-using researchers have spotted a brown dwarf, plus protoplanetary disk, 332 light years from home. Brown dwarfs are objects that are too big to be a planet, but too small to be a star. Formed by a gravitational collapse of gas and dust, like stars, the fusion process does not kick off within brown dwarfs, making …
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