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Astronomers find a 13 billlion-year-old star that shouldn't exist

Heidelberg - Astronomers have discovered a 13 billion-year-old star located in the constellation Leo that shouldn't exist. Scientists explain that the star consists entirely of helium and hydrogen and is in the "forbidden zone" of star formation.
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