Flare up about main stream stars

A giant flare up for the theories of main sequence stars? The problems of Gravity and extreme energy processes in low mass environments?

A team of astronomers from the United Kingdom and Germany has spotted a superflare coming from an L-dwarf star approximately 250 light-years away that’s estimated to be 10 times more powerful than any such event emitted by the Sun.

L-dwarf stars are among the lowest mass objects that could still be considered to be a star, lying in the transition region between stars and brown dwarfs.
Astronomers Detect Giant Stellar Flare on Ultracool Dwarf Star

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Is there a plasma star there of a different type? Is this a non stellar electromagnetic plasma event?

“It is amazing that such a puny star can produce such a powerful explosion,” said Professor Peter Wheatley, also from the University of Warwick.

“This discovery is going to force us to think again about how small stars can store energy in magnetic fields.”

“We are now searching giant flares from other tiny stars and push the limits on our understanding of stellar activity.”
Astronomers Detect Giant Stellar Flare on Ultracool Dwarf Star

l dwarf stars

If brown dwarfs are plasma giant planets like Saturn/Jupiter in different solar systems which are not as far distant as Red Shift theory interprets, these events could be lower energy signals. Like electromagnetic frequencies flaring up from and around most of our gas giant planets, planets and moons?

Even still stars but not such a superflare from a much closer mainstream star.

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And the great news for everyone is if true and it is a gargantuan Gravity wonder, in a heaven of wondrous phenomena, we are the first of all the generations to witness this.

If it turns out in the future to be a fallen idol, pulled down by its own weight, then for some its double bubble bubbly put on ice. But they can have a few cheeky little aperitifs in confidence.