The fastest Main Sequence star yet probably came from the Galactic Center.
A study of star clusters in the Milky Way has uncovered a peculiar trend in the way they are arranged.
The key to understanding how these worlds are built is to consider where they are missing.
The Milky Way’s nearest neighbor, the Andromeda galaxy, is a promising target for deep multi-wavelength observations. Come listen to Prof. Julianne Dalcanton talk about her work catching up with the neighbor at #AAS233!
Why is our Sun so anomalously stable in brightness compared to other stars? The authors of today’s paper decided to run some simulations to find out.
There are a lot of Sun-like stars in the universe. Are they as identical as the name suggests, or are there important differences between them?