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02 Oct 2019 07:41

have fun trying to make sense of this
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09 Feb 2020 13:40

I've just beaten my old personal record from September 2017 with this 162.74 AU star, also located in IC 1101. This may also be the largest star found in a non-procedural galaxy thus far.

This star is RS 10389-201289-0-0-5952.
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10 Feb 2020 10:22

SamHalls2017 wrote:
I've just beaten my old personal record from September 2017 with this 162.74 AU star, also located in IC 1101. This may also be the largest star found in a non-procedural galaxy thus far.

This star is RS 10389-201289-0-0-5952.

Getting there...

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And there is at least one even larger further back in this thread.
 
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21 Mar 2020 05:49

I found a star with 17031 solar radii. I nicknamed it Quasin because it is basically a quasi star.
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21 Mar 2020 06:11

I also found a system with 7 titans.
 
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24 Mar 2020 06:18

RS 0-9-117440784-1839-4-5-15457-160 1
That planet has biggest moon system (one of the Moons can came 25 AU form it's Parent Body)
 
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19 Apr 2020 07:10

Is there a category for quickest-to-go-boom?

Aged 2.177 million years old, projected age 2.2 million years (and that seems to be a hard-coded minimum lifespan in SE?). So she go boom in only 23,000 years.

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07 Sep 2020 15:34

...and likewise, is there a category for youngest star?

Hmmmmm... might have to pick a specific date for that record.

Edit: Haven't spent a lot of time looking for young stars (yet), but I did notice this young pup has the age in years down to three decimal places. My math makes that to about just under 9 hours, yet the advancing clock does not change its age. :o  So no need for stating a specific date at time of discovery.

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Wait a second... that red supergiant I posted just above is under 39,000 years old! I need to pay attention...

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