Chances for life expand when passing stars push binaries together

Planetary systems can be harsh environments in their early history. The young worlds orbit suns in stellar nurseries, clusters of

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Two Planets Orbit Nearby Ancient Star

Main Points: An international team of astronomers, including five Carnegie scientists, reports the discovery of two new planets orbiting a

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In astronomy, usually “the more we know, the more we know that we don’t know”

Main Points: Astronomers have found that stars in the very beginning of universe used very little dust. This finding has

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Radius discrepancy is present in low mass stars

Main Point: Scientists have reported that radius discrepancy equally affects both forms of low mass stars, i.e. single and binaries.

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Most of the first stars in the universe were very much massive than our Sun

Main Point: Researchers have reported that the first generation of stars has a wide mass distribution in the range of

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Neutron Star with a newly discovered “anti-glitch” property

Main Point: Astronomers from NASA have found a spinning neutron star, 1E 2259+586 that is slowing down, which would help

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An interactive presentation about the location of 32 nearby Stars

I have found an orthographic projection of 32 nearby stars and I thought you would like it too. These 32

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Gaia mission will also detect the stars with a temperature less than 2500K

European Space Agency (ESA) is planning to launch the Gaia mission by the end of 2013. That mission will study

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Interesting online Interactive sites for Astronomy lovers

Astronomy is really an interesting field as Horace Mann quoted, “”Astronomy is one of the sublimest fields of human investigation.

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Earliest stars were formed when the age of the Universe was…

Recently, scientists from MIT published a research paper in the journal Nature in which they showed their work of “Extremely

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