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The methods used to find this alien world, which has no host star, could help us to better identify life-sustaining objects in the future.
The newly discovered stars could either merge together or die in supernova explosions, leaving behind black holes.
The head of CG4 is around 1.5 light-years in diameter, while its tail is about eight light-years long -- that's so big that
The E-ELT is designed to find and image Earth-like alien planets in the habitable zones of their stars, gather more data
Story continues below. An astronomical camera's "first light" is kind of a big deal. This infrared image is one of the first
The European Southern Observatory unveiled the new image on Wednesday (Oct. 9) to showcase dazzling arcs of the nebula IC
The new study also turned up another exciting tidbit about HIP 102152, suggesting this star is even more sun-like than it
The project was led by Brazilian astronomers at the Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics, and Atmospheric Sciences at the University
"The strikingly different colors of NGC 2014 and NGC 2020 are the result of both the different chemical makeup of the surrounding
Existing pairs must then show signs of gas, in the form of outflows, accretions or other similar structures. Previously, astronomers