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Fraser
2007-Feb-26, 06:16 PM
Obviously there's no way to see what our Sun looked like when it was still forming billions of years ago, but you can do the next best thing. Find a newly forming star with very similar mass and chemical constituents, and see how it's starting out. ...

Read the full blog entry (http://www.universetoday.com/2007/02/26/a-baby-picture-of-the-sun/?1361)

ioresult
2007-Feb-27, 02:43 AM
Correction suggestions:
Image caption: change "Helix" to "Eagle".
And add Chandra to the credit. The image is a combination of a Hubble and a Chandra image.

Whirlpool
2007-Feb-27, 03:40 AM
So letís sit back, and watch this baby star for another 5 billions years or so. They grow up so fast.


So this means when it reached 5 biillions years, we will have "2 Suns".

:eh:





:)