Tiny Ultracool Star Dwarf: Surprising Radio Signals Detected

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 Scientists have observed unusual radio signals originating from a small, Tiny Ultracool Star Dwarf defying expectations for such radiation bursts.

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 The object, called T8 Dwarf WISE J062309.94−045624.6 (W0623), is a brown dwarf

(a celestial body resembling a planet and a star)

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Despite lacking full-scale nuclear fusion at its core, W0623 emits faint radio waves, making it the coldest star ever discovered 

to emit this type of electromagnetic radiation. 

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 This discovery provides insights into the evolution of small stars and their magnetic fields.

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Tiny Ultracool Star Dwarf is classified as a brown dwarf, sharing characteristics with gas giants like Jupiter but lacking full-scale nuclear fusion. 

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It has a high density, a mass around 44 times greater than Jupiter, and a radius between 0.65 and 0.95 times that of Jupiter.  

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The reasons for Tiny Ultracool Star Dwarf‘s detectable radio signals, despite its colder temperature, remain unclear. 

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