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1. The White Dwarfs: Discovery and Observation

  • W. J. Luyten (a1)

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White dwarfs have been known for slightly more than fifty years; with their planetlike diameters, and stellar-like masses their densities are enormously much higher than those of ‘normal’ stars. They thus appear to represent a state of matter totally unknown and possibly unattainable on earth.

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