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This is star Epsilon-67T , This star has just passed from his proto-star phase into his T-Tauri phase.
He is approximately 55.3 km^3 from earth, it is located near to the brown dwarf WISE 1225-1013, the T-Tauri phase is right before a main-sequence phase, but due to the temperature and pressure not being quite enough stars in this phase cannot enact nuclear fusion
Epsilon-67T has just passed into his main sequence star phase after 100 million years in T-Tauri phase! he is growing up so fast!
He did grow up fast! Epsilon-67T is now a supergiant star with a life-span of only a few million years due to his ginormous size and massive intake of hydrogen!
Epsilon-67T is about 1,889 times the size of our sun! he is fluctuating in size before he explodes into a supernovae obliterating anything within its reach hurling matter around 20,000 miles per-second.
at the age of 34.6 million years old, a young age to die compared to his siblings but due to his massive size and fuel intake he lived wild and died fast. His collapse caused a massive supernovae destroying his surrounding solar system and a few others, he will be visible in other systems for billions of years as still some of his remains travel through space.
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