Stars

07.23.19
Astronomers believe the young Milky Way once swallowed a dwarf galaxy
07.23.19

Astronomers believe the young Milky Way once swallowed a dwarf galaxy

Their findings could change what we know about the Milky Way’s formation.

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07.09.19
Facebook gives creators more ways to make money
07.09.19

Facebook gives creators more ways to make money

They can earn extra revenue directly from fans and new ad placements.

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07.19.18
Artificial meteor shower displays are coming
07.19.18

Artificial meteor shower displays are coming

Move over fireworks, on-demand shooting stars are going to be a thing.

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03.29.18
This galaxy without dark matter is bending the rules of space
03.29.18

This galaxy without dark matter is bending the rules of space

Scientists are stumped.

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02.28.18
Researchers may have detected signals from the universe’s first stars
02.28.18

Researchers may have detected signals from the universe’s first stars

Evidence suggests they began to form 180 million years after the Big Bang.

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10.20.17
NASA study will help identify potentially habitable planets
10.20.17

NASA study will help identify potentially habitable planets

Stars must emit just enough near-infrared light to prevent the loss of oceans.

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07.10.17
An excess of 'failed' stars is a bad sign for alien life
07.10.17

An excess of 'failed' stars is a bad sign for alien life

There could be 100 billion brown dwarfs in our galaxy, many more than thought.

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07.09.17
Early universe 'fireworks' challenge notions of how stars form
07.09.17

Early universe 'fireworks' challenge notions of how stars form

The ancient cosmos may have been packed with tiny star incubators.

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07.05.17
Milky Way's fastest stars could be runaways from another galaxy
07.05.17

Milky Way's fastest stars could be runaways from another galaxy

Hypervelocity stars might not come from black holes after all.

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