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naivefellow

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  1. First of all, obviously I am not naive as my name sounds, but just someone who is curious. I just read the article about Betelgeuse going supernova here + my mild interest in sci-fi made me wonder. Anywhere in the universe, is there a possibility of other natural elements to exist. What I mean is: natural elements as we know, not artificially produced, with stable isotopes. I am aware of the Spectrometer + how astronomers use it to find same elements in many many other planets/stars/other objects in space. Surely there is a chance that we simply miss it because we do not know what we are loo
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