Iron Star

In astronomy, an iron star is a hypothetical type of star that could occur in the universe in 101500 years. The premise behind iron stars states that cold fusion occurring via quantum tunnelling would cause the light nuclei in ordinary matter to fuse into iron-56 nuclei. Fission and alpha-particle emission would then make heavy nuclei decay into iron, converting stellar-mass objects to cold spheres of iron. The formation of these stars is only a possibility if the proton does not decay.

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Metal Arms: Glitch In The System - Plot - Characters
... who's still learning whilst taking key part in the Robot-war situation of Iron Star ... He helped design the massive cities that now surface Iron Star ... The Mils have since overpowered Iron Star and enslaved the Droids ...
Metal Arms: Glitch In The System - Plot - Races
... Iron Star is the home to several varieties of Bots Droids - The Droids inhabit Iron Star's surface cities in abundance ... Morbots - Ancient race of Bots believed to have constructed Iron Star ... It is also believed that they inhabit great cities at the core of Iron Star where they generate the energy used by the planet's surface inhabitants ...
Ibram Gaunt - Publication History
... Armour of Contempt – ISBN 1-84416-400-4 Only in Death – ISBN 1-84416-428-4 The Iron Star - ISBN 1-84416-716-6 The Victory Blood Pact – ISBN 1-84416-692-3 Salvation's Reach - ISBN 1-84416 ... The publication of The Iron Star took the form of a 1,200-copy limited edition novelette which was only available for purchase at the 2008 U.K ...

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