1. Kyoto University scientists observe huge ‘superflare’ from red dwarf star 16 light years away  Firstpost
  2. New Japanese Telescope Detects Immense "Superflare" on Nearby Star  SciTechDaily
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One of the flares was 20 times larger than those emitted by our sunOne of the flares was 20 times larger than those emitted by our sun

Kyoto University scientists observe huge ‘superflare’ from red dwarf star 16 light years away- Technology News, Firstpost

KyotoU's new Seimei telescope detects enormous 'superflare' on nearby star The cold, dark chaos of space is filled with mystery. Fortunately, the ways in which we can peer into the mists of the void are increasing, and now include Kyoto University's 3.8 meter Seimei telescope. Using this ne

New Japanese Telescope Detects Immense "Superflare" on Nearby Star

New Japanese Telescope Detects Immense “Superflare” on Nearby Star – SciTechDaily