There Is a Lucy In the Sky

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Dec 29, 2007 • References: newsfromrussia & newlaunches
See that diamond? Largest in the World. But not in the universe. Astronomers have discovered a diamond ten billion trillion trillion carats that they believe is the left overs from a extinct star. They called the star Lucy, also known as BPM 37093.

"The space diamond is virtually an enormous chunk of crystallized carbon, 4,000 kilometers in diameter. The stone is located at a distance of 50 light years from Earth, in the Constellation Centaurus," News from Russia said.

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