At 265 SM, and age 1.7 Million years, at 163,000 Light Years Away in the R136 cluster, is R136a. But, it shouldn't be alive now. It should have exploded given the model of Solar Mass Evolution at 200,000-375,000 Years old of age. It's in it's Wolf-Rayet phrase, but it still shouldn't be alive. I'm confused by the dynamics in this scenario. It's larger than an average WR star (28.8 SR) but with it's energy output and luminosity of 8,700,000 Suns, it should have already died. I think we should study it more because this is a serious mystery for stellar evolution. Does anyone know anything more?