A tiny star released one of the brightest flares ever seen in the universe. It wouldhave been visible to the naked eye if the star had been easily.
Within minutes it had evaporated down to a tiny star. Then it winked out. Ralph's neural nanonics came back on-line. 'Cancel the other two assaults,' he.
On August 13, 2017, the Next Generation Transit Survey (NGTS) telescope spotted an intense solar flare from a tiny star barely bigger than.