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86,444. Red Dwarfs: they can be as little as one-tenth the mass of the sun, with surface temperatures thousands of degrees cooler. Red Dwarfs are the most common type of star in the universe. (Red Dwarf & Suns & Star) The Universe: Life and Death of a Star
86,445. Just one type of star will remain ... Red Dwarfs. (Red Dwarf & Star) Professor Brian Cox, Wonders of the Universe: Destiny 1/4 BBC 2011
76,595. Red Dwarfs are by far the most numerous stars in our galaxy. (Humanity & Life & Earth & Universe & Space & Red Dwarf & Galaxy & Star) Brian Cox, Human Universe III: Are We Alone?
92,355. Red Dwarfs outnumber other stars three to one, and they have a lot of Earth-sized planets orbitting them. (Universe & Red Dwarf) Alien Planet Earths, Discovery Science 2014
115,982. If advanced alien civilisations are out there, the planets of Red Dwarf starts could be the ideal place to find them. (Universe & Life & Red Dwarf) How the Universe Works s5e9: Strangest Alien Worlds