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Cairo – By Mohamed Salah –
According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, rare emissions that have traveled 90 million miles to reach us are produced in some nuclear reactions that represent less than a percentage of the sun’s energy.
However, these responses are thought to be more dominant in larger stars, and may help explain their formation and evolution.
“Now we finally have the first groundbreaking experimental confirmation of how stars shine more heavily than the sun,” said researcher and astrophysicist Gianpaolo Bellini of the University of Milan.
Stars work together by fusion of hydrogen to helium, which can happen through two different processes, the first is the so-called proton-proton chain, which only includes isotopes of hydrogen and helium, and this is common in stars such as the sun.
But in larger stars, the CNO cycle in which these three elements help catalyze nuclear reactions becomes a more important source of energy, and it also releases molecules called neutrinos.
These particles are virtually massless and can pass through ordinary matter without revealing any indication of their presence.
Physicists wanted to study these emissions from the sun, however, and a better understanding of how the CNO cycle works in our star would provide insight into how bigger stars shine, as this process dominates their nuclear fuel.
The discovery of CNO neutrinos revealed how much carbon, nitrogen and oxygen are made from the sun.
Finally, the discovery confirms that some of the sun’s energy is actually formed by the interactions of the CNO cycle, an idea first proposed in 1938.
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