Very luminous carbon stars in the outer disk of the Triangulum spiral galaxy
Stars with masses in the range from about 1.3 to 3.5 M⊙ pass through an evolutionary stage where they become carbon stars. In this stage, which lasts a few Myr, these stars are extremely luminous pulsating giants. They are so luminous in the near-infrar
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