The smallest star in the universe?

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the smallest stars around are the tiny red drawfs.these are the stars  with 50% the mass of the sun & smaller

What is the smallest star?

The smallest main sequence star detected so far is called OGLE-TR-122b. It has a radius of 0.12 that of our Sun which means it is only 20% larger than Jupiter and has a mas

What is the smallest star in the universe?

OTS 44 a brown dwarf 550 light years away in the constellation Chamaeleon. It has a mass of 0.013 solar masses, about 15 times that of Jupiter, or about 1.5 % that of the Sun.

What are the smallest stars?

The smallest stars are called neutron stars. They typically have a diameter of only 12km the smallest star is the neutron star from the word "neutron"

Which is the smallest star?

The smallest star that we know of is called: OGLE-TR-122b at 0.12 solar radii (that's 167,000 km).

Where is the smallest star?

The smallest star detected so far is called OGLE-TR-122b. It is located in the constellation Carina, at right ascension 11 h 06 m 51.99 s declination -60° 51′ 45.7