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Posted by Joe Antognini on March 27, 2002 07:25:47 UTC

If the star appears to be in its early stages of development from earth, it is quite likely that it will still be 'there' (excluding galactal rotation) in its later stages of life. The further the star is, the later in life it will be. If the star were far enough away and/or appeared in its later stages of life from earth, then it would probably be just a ball of ashes, neutron star, or a black hole. Regardless, however, (making the exception of galactal rotation- oh, and also intergalactic movement) whatever is left of the star will still be there. I hope that answered your question.

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