Red Dwarf Stars

@article{Edgeworth1946RedDS,
  title={Red Dwarf Stars},
  author={K. Edgeworth},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1946},
  volume={157},
  pages={481-481}
}
THE characteristics of a red dwarf star are: low luminosity (say, not more than one tenth that of the sun), small mass (say, not more than three quarters that of the sun) and high density (perhaps 30–100 times the density of the sun). 
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