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I meant stable in solar output.

Our sun is also a variable star, based on the charge it receives from the galactic core and the return charge it receives from all its orbiting planets (the solar cycles are caused by planet alignments).

And all stars are evolving structures, cooling and shrinking over time.

The flare star stage is between red star and brown dwarf, these flare stars do not have a stable solar output, they are like flickering candles.

Regards,
Daniel

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