Medicine & TechnologyAstronomers reported finding two chromosphericaly active variable stars in an eclipsing binary system with a highly eccentric orbit during the ongoing All-Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae (ASAS-SN).
A new study located an ancient brown dwarf called WISEA J153429.75-104303.3 or 'The Accident.' This unique brown dwarf could be the missing link between planets and stars, and possibly the key to solve the origins of the Milky Way galaxy.
An analysis of star factories or galaxies that produce stars showed that they emit dirtier gas than the gas coming in during production. Accretion and outflow rates dictate the mass and growth of galaxies.
Experts have found the chance to extensively observe the mysterious brown dwarfs through the five newly discovered astronomical materials. Scientists believe they are key to better understand the mystery behind brown dwarfs.