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Posted by Leilani on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 7:16am.

When the Sun ends up as a white dwarf, billions of years from now, it will contain about 40 percent of its present-day mass and have the same radius as Earth. What will be its density? How many times more dense is that than the present-day Sun?

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