"Out of an estimated 100 billion stars in our galaxy, no more than 14 may be made from antimatter. That's the result from a new study that scoured the Milky Way for signs of antistars — which are identical to regular stars save for the fact that they would burn antimatter at their cores. "
Not many, but any at all have great significance. A whole antimatter star!
Okay, antimatter stars, interesting. Does this suggest such stars would also have antimatter exoplanets? In BB cosmology, there are reports about dark matter stars forming too and in inflation, magnetic monopoles could give birth to magnetic monopole stars as well. Interesting universe here.