Unicellular
Unicellular
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8th June
9th June
Iron star dwarf.
dysonring dyson iron star dwarf

Comments

  • Sandboxvoid
    Sandboxvoid
    15th June
    spareme:that is another way they form
  • spareme
    spareme
    15th June
    oh i guess i could just write it as 10^1500, well my bad
  • spareme
    spareme
    15th June
    oh well if its irrevelant, take it as a cool fact
  • spareme
    spareme
    15th June
    iron stars? werent they like the stars which formed after blackholes evaporated? the ones that appeae after 10-to-the-power-of-1500 years later? (or later, if im not wrong)
  • Sandboxvoid
    Sandboxvoid
    14th June
    guys ever watched any science vids? White dwarfs can eventually turn into iron. Plus if this is set in the future then they are even more likely to find them. And again the dyson ring is destroyed, it used to be around a white dwarf (ok so it would not get much power off of it)
  • Vulpine
    Vulpine
    14th June
    Stop critizising this save because it doesnt go along with logic and physics and such, This was just created as art and nothing more. Give the person some slack and leave them alone to their own world.
  • maximus333
    maximus333
    13th June
    What's the purpose of a dyson ring around red-hot iron star? Would be better to cover the whole surface in heat engines
  • Beatless123
    Beatless123
    13th June
    How can a star be cooled down from 550 K to 350 K? That must take thousands of years even with some supermodern technology.
  • Unicellular
    Unicellular
    11th June
    Shiba_InuRevived: There is not so much Iron in the Universe to create full star only out of it. Planets are really small compared to stars (like 1:1 000 000 000) and it will need a lot of stars to die and throw enough iron everywhere.
  • Shiba_InuRevived
    Shiba_InuRevived
    11th June
    im talking about literally an iron only star not something like an Dyson sphere