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ajtribick wrote:Well general relativity is still safe... DI Herculis was often used as a counter-example to general relativity as the precession was too slow. But now... Misaligned spin and orbital axes cause the anomalous precession of DI Herculis - all to do with oblateness.
The new question is how the stars ended up in such a configuration, rather than the expected case of aligned spin and orbit.
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