An insipid CH star in the Sculptor dwarf spheroidal galaxy is the subject of this study: “An insipid CH star in the Sculptor dwarf spheroidal galaxy,” Matthew D. Shetrone [pictured here], Michael Briley, and James P. Brewer, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 335 (1998): 919-921.
The vagueness of size: Little big star
The notion of size can be surprisingly vague. Here’s an example. Is this a big error, or a small error: NEWS.com.au would like to apologise for their error — as we all know, Betelgeuse is the second biggest star in the Orion constellation, not the universe. The quotation is from a news article that says: […]