Hello everyone! Well, we recently discovered a very curious binary pair, first of all, because we were looking for planets, not stars, but we ended up meeting two stars with curious characteristics.
The duo are MM1a and MM1b, very strange names, but continuing, the first is extremely massive, with 40 solar masses, and the second has only 0.5 solar masses, it's quite different ...
The two are 11,000 light-years from Earth, and are in very recent stages of their birth, and the protoplanetary disk of the massive star was so large that it collapsed and formed the second star, this is the LEVEL of the thing !!!
Instead of forming a planet as we were looking for, MM1b has grown much more to the point of becoming a small star, and furthermore, MM1a is basically the youngest known example of a massive star, or perhaps it has others, it's special to know how massive stars are born, but so far, just multiply by 3.14 and you have all the answers, things just grow!