Tuesday, August 7, 2018

The WASP-12 Polymorphic System, Stellar Metamorphosis


Again, we live in a galaxy that has trillions of polymorphic systems, meaning systems that contain stars in various stages to their evolution. In the WASP 12 system, there is one really young star, 2 red dwarfs, and a post brown dwarf.

They are all different ages and stages to their own evolution, and WASP 12b is being ripped apart quite quickly, which is outlined in the paper, and given an AO path, which is the purple hockey stick shaped path on the graph.

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