Scientists have discovered tiny red giant stars, which have been the victims of stellar theft.

The tension between the stars led to the formation of two other types of red stars, as seen through the eyes of a lost telescope.

Astronomers report that there are 40 examples of two different types of slimmed-down red galaxies. Scientists think so, because red galaxies are often present in binary systems related to the root cause of a dead star, called a white star. (These different plates stand because of the combination of the red giants; then, at the end of their lives, each emits its own gas particles and turns white.)

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