Every day I'm gonna post an interesting fact, from the fields of Science, Trivia, Literature.... you get the drift
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So, I was searching for something and I found out that the oldest star in the Milky Way and Universe is 13.6 billions years old. Almost like our universe! It's name is SMSS J031300.36-670839.3, and it's located 6000 light years from Earth. It's a K class dwarf, and they're orangish stars, slightly cooler than the Sun.
From Wiki: "There is a suggestion that K Spectrum stars may potentially increase the chances of life developing on orbiting planets that are within the habitable zone."
Very interesting, isn't it? Here's the link (and it would be good if you could post a source to your information too).