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Most of the brown dwarfs have been located by the Two Micron All Sky Survey (2MASS), although the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) and the planet-finding Doppler technique also have been used to find brown dwarfs.
How do we distinguish stars from brown dwarfs? How do we distinguish brown dwarfs from planets? Stars have mass greater than 1/12th of the Sun`s mass; brown dwarfs generally have between 1/100th and 1/12th the mass of our Sun; planets have masses less than that.
Brown dwarfs are objects which have a size between that of a giant planet like Jupiter and that of a small star. In fact, most astronomers would classify any object with between 15 times the mass of Jupiter and 75 times the mass of Jupiter to be a brown dwarf.
Jupiter, while more massive than any other planet in our solar system, is still far too underweight to fuse hydrogen into helium. The planet would need to weigh 13 times its current mass to become a brown dwarf, and about 83 to 85 times its mass to become a low-mass star.
The smallest, dimmest, and coolest stars are brown dwarfs. They are at the bottom end of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, at the lowest part of the main sequence. They are also known as failed stars and are very difficult to detect, as they do not have sufficient mass for nuclear fusion to occur.
These objects, known as brown dwarfs, have many of the elements of their more famous siblings but lack the mass needed to jumpstart nuclear fusion in their core. Because brown dwarfs never burn fusion at their core, scientists sometimes refer to them as “failed stars.”
They are too small for nuclear fusion reactions to take place in them. Brown dwarf stars emit infrared radiation but are not hot enough to emit visible light.
Brown dwarfs are less massive than the Sun but much more massive than gas giants (i.e. 13 to 90 times more massive than Jupiter). When a brown dwarf first forms, it starts out being pretty hot due to the physical forces that made it, but without nuclear fusion, brown dwarfs inevitably cool as they age.
At least part of the question has now been answered: The free-floating brown dwarfs are stars. Although brown dwarfs have no nuclear fire in their belly, they are hot enough to emit infrared radiation, just like a human body.
Brown dwarfs are the smallest and coolest of stars. They have less than eight percent of the mass of the sun, which is not enough to sustain the fusion reaction that keeps the sun hot.
Brown dwarfs have been found orbiting other suns at distances of 1,000 astronomical units (AU) or more. One AU = one Earth-sun distance. However, not all brown dwarfs orbit far from their stars; some have been found orbiting at closer distances, and a few rogue brown dwarfs have been spotted not orbiting any star.
They are their own unique cosmic objects. View larger. | WISE image of the brown dwarf binary system Luhman 16, closest known brown dwarfs to Earth at just over 6 light-years. This is the 3rd-closest-known system to our sun (after the Alpha Centauri system and Barnard`s Star).
The core temperatures of brown dwarfs must be below about 3 million degrees, as at this temperature fusion becomes sustainable. Surface temperatures are 1,000 degrees Kelvin or less.
Brown dwarfs live forever. These Jupiter-size balls of gas aren`t massive enough to maintain nuclear fusion in their cores, so they never light up as stars. But they never blow up or collapse the way stars do either. Instead, they radiate the heat leftover from their formation until they`ve faded away.
white dwarf stars (luminosity class D) are the final evolutionary stage of low to intermediate mass stars, and are found in the bottom left of the HR diagram. These stars are very hot but have low luminosities due to their small size.
Hot, blue stars on the left, cool, red stars on the right.
Although brown dwarfs never truly become stars, some of them are able to act the part, for a short while. To start fusion, the very lowest-mass stars need about 80 times the mass of Jupiter. However, if a brown dwarf has at least 13 times the mass of Jupiter, it can ignite a limited form of fusion.
The Milky Way may hold as many as one brown dwarf for every six normal stars. BROWN DWARF #1. In 1995, astronomers discovered their first brown dwarf, called Gliese 229B, a small companion to the cool, red star Gliese 229, located 19 light-years from Earth in the constellation Lepus.
Note that luminosity is an intrinsic property of a star, meaning that it does not depend on how far away the star is. In fact, we often emphasize this by using the term intrinsic luminosity. As it turns out, the nearest star other than the Sun, alpha Centauri, has slightly greater luminosity as the Sun.
Stars that have a lot of mass may end their lives as black holes or neutron stars. A low or medium mass star (with mass less than about 8 times the mass of our Sun) will become a white dwarf.
Answer and Explanation: The mass of the star determines if a star becomes a white dwarf, a neutron star, or a black hole. This is because its mass determines how much gravitational energy there is and thus what degree of compression it can undergo.
The Milky Way may hold as many as one brown dwarf for every six normal stars. BROWN DWARF #1. In 1995, astronomers discovered their first brown dwarf, called Gliese 229B, a small companion to the cool, red star Gliese 229, located 19 light-years from Earth in the constellation Lepus.
White dwarfs and brown dwarfs are bright enough to support habitable zones — regions around them warm enough for planets to sustain liquid water on their surfaces.
Yes, a star can turn into a planet, but this transformation only happens for a very particular type of star known as a brown dwarf. Some scientists do not consider brown dwarfs to be true stars because they do not have enough mass to ignite the nuclear fusion of ordinary hydrogen.

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My swimming pool. I have just had my fifth IC 40 Intellichlor chlorine generator installed in 4 years at a cost of over $900 today. Each one has worked for no more than 8 months. The first three were replaces under three year warranty, the fourth by a factory rep and I bought the fifth today. The first three all failed with Flow Chk PCB error message. The fourth just stopped working on Sunday, no power or lights. A local Pentair warranty person, whom I paid a Service Call, unplugged the unit, opened the small power center cover, showed me the green light indicating that there was power, plugged in a new IC 40 which worked immediately (as did the other four). I asked if I should replace the power center and he said that it’s basically just a transformer and is working fine. We do get occasional power blips that make the clocks on microwaves, etc blink, but I thought that the power center essentially isolates the cell from these. I do have a Florida Power and Light surge protector on the electrical box that brings power into the house. I have now talked to the pool builder, two Pentair warranty repairmen and one factory rep. I am at a loss. They all tell me they have no idea why these units fail after less than a year. This last IC 40 was installed 3/24/2010, version 2.0 and now failed in less than 5 months. Should I replace the power center that the IC 40 plugs into. Any other suggestions. I have been told that this is the best chlorinator. I don’t want to keep replacing units. By the way, each unit had been spotless inside. I keep the water chemicals and salt levels at ideal levels. The units have never worked long enough to get dirty inside. The power center is connected to an Intellitouch control system outside with an indoor control panel. Last time I called Pentair North Carolina and got some smart alec tech person that had no suggestions. Please Help if you can.
ANSWER : I’ve had the same experiance. On my fifth one as well. Fail every year. No idea why.

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I have a Beretta PX4 Storm Compact. I lost what they call the central block/slide absorber. Is that two parts or one?
I see part # 913-101-237 (Factory #C5B886) (cam block px4 SD) and Part # 913-100-749 (Factory #C5B720) (locking block) on the exploded parts diagram. Do I need both or if only one, which one?
ANSWER : Hello there,

You need to get both of them john_ulrich, if you replace just one, it will not work except you replace them both. They work together.

Hope this advice helps.
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Help! Just bought a Remington 30 06 for my grandson that has a Bushnell Sportview U4124 4-12power scope mounted on it. I would like to sight it in at 100 yards using a 180 grain shell but I don’t have the owners manual and I don’t understand an on line explanation that I found. This is the on line message: “You’ll see two horizontal crosshairs, put the top one on the animals back then zoom in until the bottom one is on his stomach. Look at the numbers on the zoom dial there should be three lines they are D – deer, E – elk and A – antelope. The numbers are the distance to the game, you then turn the external elevation knob or turret to the matching distance and shoot dead on. No need to hold over for bullet drop. The sad part will be if you didn’t get the other turrets that would have come with it as they are calibrated to different calibers and bullet weights”
I don’t understand how to set the elevation knob to 100yards when its lowest shown number is 150. If I need other turrets how or where can I get them? Thanks, a frustrated grandfather.
ANSWER : You can contact the Remington directly who will ship you a free users manual. Here is the company’s Contact Us details:

You may also find the required answer in the official help center. It covers almost every fields. Here is the link:

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I have a TX500, never been used (just out of the box) and had to get an electrician to my home for this problem. It will start rolling but quits in a few seconds. The electrician believes that it is a problem in the sensor that rides at the belt. There is only one sensor in the pulley; he thinks that perhaps there should be two as there is a hole placement opposite the one that is in there. When the belt quits, it goes to a number 3 on the board which he thinks is the sensor as well. If he is correct, where do we get another magnet to place there? If he is not correct, please offer help. We did not get a owners manual in the box and surely could use one; where can we get one? Please help…thankyou
ANSWER : Hello,I believe the best thing to do at this point is to look for a way to get the manual of the device, this will give a full guide and better understanding on how to fix this problem.Check to search for the manual of the device, the link provides almost all manuals to all device.Take care.

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I have two Taylor drivers – one with a broken head and one with a broken shaft – can the shaft of one be used on the other to give one club that can be used?
ANSWER : Are you willing to sell the package? I’m interested in picking up an r7 and I like doing that sort of work myself. It goes towards my credits. Give me a call if interested. Even if you still have the broken head I’d be interested in talking to you.

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Beeman RS2 model 1074 pellet gun
ANSWER : I found a guy online and he was able to help me.not sure if i can tell how or who helped me so i better not. thanks anyway michael

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Radiator Protector installation issue
ANSWER : You will have to pull the skid frame out and remove the seat.they are probably riveted in place and you will have to drill them out and replace with new rivets,

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