The thought of crystal ball crystals seems like something that creates too much imagination, but it's just the idea that comes from the depth of science fiction.
Gaia satellite's ESA has seen dead stars as the first proof of the special phenomenon predicted for 50 years. Warwick University astronomers used Gaia to observe hundreds of thousands of stars when white dwarfs or star stalks were left behind in the red giant phase, they crystallized. This discovery shows that some ancient stars are older than thousands of years old.
Nano whites are some of the oldest stars in the universe universe. Life cycles predict that the astronomers have the exact basis to calculate the age of the surrounding stars. The observations of Gaia 's representations were superbly colored, because colors and lights were not just like a mass or a single age, also known as a pil – up.
These stars are reflected in the development phase in a very evolving phase, because the cooling process slows down because of a large amount of latent heat. So what about space crystal balls?
"All white dwarfs are crystallized at a moment of their development, even though the massive white dwarf passes through the process earlier," said Dr Pier-Emmanuel Tremblay. Nature. "This means that the galaxy has ended with millions of white and white white, and it's crystalline spheres in the sky, the sun will turn into a white crystalline glass of about 10 million years."
Dr. Tremblay had the brightness and colors of particular stars in his crystallization, that is, something like a transition between liquid and solid (think water to ice). The narrow pressure of the white dwarf nuclei mixes high density atoms to mix electrons. These bind electrons lie behind a liquid electron gas conductor based on quantum physics and positively charged nuclei.
Like any other liquor that is solid in cold temperatures, so that when the nuclei is settled, the time of the nucleus will be sufficient and enough to crystallize. The required temperature in this case is about 10 million degrees. If you are really asking, yes, the sun will sometimes happen. You should wait more than 10 million years to really see.
"Not only does the heat release test solidify, but more energy needs to be explored," Tremblay added. "For this reason, due to the crystallization of oxygen, we believe that, as a result of the sinking of the nucleus, it is a process similar to sedimentation in the ribs bed. It will push the carbon upwards, and this separation will release gravity energy."
There are millions of white dwarves who have already passed this process, like astrologers, like our curiously crystalline crystals that are pregnant by our galaxy. Think about the night sky over the next day.
(Through Warwick University)