Protostar Herbig-Haro 46 47

an example of a protostar provided by NASA

A protostar is a brown dwarf which turns into a small star. The brown dwarf in question does have sufficient mass to sustain a fusion reaction and thereby act as a star, however it does not have enough mass to start the reaction by itself. The process of turning a brown dwarf into a protostar is called "helioforming" (similar to terraforming).

By helioforming the seven largest brown dwarfs in the 34Tauri(2020) star cluster, it was possible to sustain Earth-like life on many more planets and moons than the primary stars themselves could support.

Protostars of the VerseEdit

White Sun system Edit

Georgia system Edit

Red Sun system Edit

Kalidasa system Edit

Blue Sun system Edit

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