An Ancient Star Is Visible Zooming 600 km/s Through Space

While this is true for the majority of Milky Way stars, not all of them follow a calm and systematic orbit around the galactic center. Occasionally, a maverick is observed surpassing other players by traveling at a speed that will ultimately cause it to be Continue Reading

Carbon Is Remarkably Rich in an Early Galaxy

Once again, data from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) suggests that the early cosmos was significantly more complicated than previously believed. This time, it has identified the telltale trace of carbon atoms in one of the oldest known galaxies, which formed only 350 million Continue Reading

Stars Residing Close to the Center Black Hole of the Milky Way are Being Studied for Their Futures

Some stars around the center supermassive black hole of the Milky Way appear surprisingly young for their age. But these celebrities have a far darker explanation for their youthful appearance than do people, who could seem refreshed after receiving new collagen injections. They consumed their Continue Reading