Constellation Hydra

The stars from constellation Hydra will help to understand Sun development

The star, which is close to Earth, grows in constellation Hydra, actively “eating” gas from the protoplanetary disk, in the same way could develop the Sun.
TW of the constellation Hydra — being at distance from our planet a star age of 10 million years became about 180 light years object of research of scientists. The star weight is slightly less than Sun and have own protoplanetary disk.  According to astronomers studying TW of the constellation Hydra, they will be able to understand that happened to our Sun when it was “kid”.
In the work scientists used the data obtained by orbital x-ray observatory of “Chandr” and land telescopes. It became clear that for the growth of star of the constellation Hydra “exhausts” from a protoplanetary disk gas. Then the gas moves on lines of a magnetic field to star poles.
Gas from a protoplanetary disk, is hitting on a surface of TW of the Hydra. It was warmed up to the temperatures over 5 million degrees, letting out huge portions of gamma beams with high energy. Gain of weight of a star at the expense of gas occurred unevenly.
As the astronomers believe, further studying of “habits” of TW of the constellation Hydra will help to understand how there was a formation of Solar system in “young years” our star.