Stars are typically so hot that they instantly incinerate everything that gets even close, but one particular star is only about the temperature of a warm day on Earth. This brown dwarf is so cold and small that it resembles a planet more than a star, and the surface temperature measures in at just 80 degrees.
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A quasar is an object in the universe that emits massive amounts of radiation as X-rays, gamma-rays, and radio waves. Quasars are actually the result of supermassive black holes feeding on surrounding masses.