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What Is the Most Massive Star?
This artist's impression shows the relative sizes of young stars, from the smallest red dwarfs, weighing in at about 0.1 solar masses, through low-mass yellow dwarfs, such as the sun, to massive blue dwarf stars weighing eight times more than the sun, as well as the 300-solar-mass star named R136a1. Credit: European Southern Observatory https://www.space.com/41313-most-massive-star.html?utm_source=sdc-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20180730-sdc
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