What If Jupiter Collided With the Smallest Star?

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The biggest planet in the Solar System. And the smallest star in the known Universe. Today, they are on a collision course. EBLM J0555-57Ab is a red dwarf and the smallest star we’ve ever discovered. Jupiter is huge. It’s about 11 times larger than Earth. But because it’s mostly made of hydrogen, it’s not massive enough to be a star.

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