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Old 06-18-2021, 01:07 PM   #111 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by freebeard View Post
The micronova ejecta might follow a spherical path. S0 has reported recently on a 'kilo-nova' observed, that likely destroyed the star, but surely any planets it may have had. Our Sun has instead, recurrent micro-novae.

Entry wound of a fulgurite.

What's new lately with lightning is that the once rare ground-to-sky bolts are becoming more common. The Earth's magnetic field is all twisted.
I couldn't find an official confirmation as to the existence of anything referred to as a 'micronova' for a 'Sun'-class star.In 24-hours of a Great Courses lecture series there was no mention of such a thing which could exist within our solar system.

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