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Can Stars Collide?

by Kenny Hoeschen

What happens when stars are clustered closely together and two stars collide? Universe Today publisher Fraser Cain tells us where those events occur in our universe and exactly what happens when they do. Professor Mark Morris of the UCLA Physics and Astronomy department, adds to the conversation with his expertise as well.

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