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Astronomers find 'diamond engagement ring' in space: Will star HD 83535 create a diamond appearance upon exploding like Nebula Abell 33?

  • That is the science.

    Yes, star HD 83535 will create a diamond appearance upon exploding like Nebula Abell 33, because that is the science of what happens to stars when they explode. The science of it is that they split into so many pieces, and the gas in a star is burning at such a hot temperature, that it makes a translucent diamond appearance when it explodes.

  • No, The matter is different that is being downsized.

    The evidence of what is left from Nebula Abell 33 explosion is a great study tool. The star HD 83535 is different. Both objects in space are classified as different due to the makeup of the space matter and it is not likely for another ‘diamond engagement ring’ in space to be found. The reaction after impact on the object is going to be different; this is something that technology will need extra attention on due to the size of star HD 83535.

  • It's Hard To Say

    We know very little about space and the objects it contains. I think it is unlikely that the star HD 83535 will create a diamond appearance like that of Nebula Abell 33. The two objects are quite different and it is not likely that they will have the same display.

  • No, HD 83535 will not create a "diamond appearance" when it comes to the end of its life cycle.

    No, HD 83535 will not create a "diamond appearance" when it comes to the end of its life cycle since it is a star of the 7th magnitude. Instead it will end its life as a white dwarf star. It will become very dense and cool off. It's a process that takes billions of years.


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