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Alien landscape. Computer artwork of a view across a hypothetical primitive alien planet towards a brown dwarf in the sky. Brown dwarfs are sub-stellar objects which are too low in mass to sustain stable hydrogen fusion. They are larger than large gas giant planets but smaller than the lowest mass stars. This brown dwarf is host to a disk composed primarily of asteroids and boulders. The light from the dwarf is barely enough to illuminate the surface the planet.
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