Astronomers today are puzzled by a star that by conventional wisdom should not exist. Scientists who have studied the star’s elemental composition discovered a stunning paradox – the star is made almost entirely of hydrogen and helium, leading astronomers to believe it is the oldest star ever observed, and the closest they’ve seen to the Big Bang in composition. However, it is a low mass star, and standard theory dictates that such stars require the presence of heavier elements in order to form.
For important background info, see:
Supernova 1987A Decoded: http://www.holoscience.com/wp/supernova-1987a-decoded-2/
Thunderbolts Picture of the Day “The Supernova Nobody Saw”: http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2006/arch06/060412supernova.htm
Excerpts of Thornhill’s 2011 NPA Presentation, Stars in an Electric Universe: http://youtu.be/weIEiB_OHpI
Electric Sun Verified: http://www.holoscience.com/wp/electric-sun-verified/
Wal Thornill’s full 2011 NPA presentation “Stars in an Electric Universe” is now available through Mikamar Publishing at http://www.mikamar.biz/DVD-info/seu-a.htm