What objects are called white dwarfs? Describe them.

White dwarfs are prokoluciated stars with masses not exceeding the Chandrasekhar limit (the maximum mass at which a star can exist as a white dwarf), devoid of their own sources of thermonuclear energy. The density of the white dwarf is -10 ^ 9 kg / m3. Its size is about 100 times smaller than that of the Sun, and its luminosity is 1000 times smaller than that of the Sun.

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