Failed stars called brown dwarfs straddle the line between big planets and small stars. An observation of a magnetic field puts another tick in the star column
A star factory with the lowest oxygen level ever seen in such a galaxy could help us understand how the elements were distributed after the big bang
Galactic winds once thought to slow star formation may be driving the creation of new stars in distant galaxies, challenging long held believes about galaxy evolution
The discovery changes what astronomers thought they knew about how spectacularly large stars die. The post Robo-Telescopes Capture the Last Gasp of a Dying Star appeared first on WIRED.
Hey, it’s probably not aliens—but you should stay excited anyway! The post Aliens in Orbit? Probably Not. $100K on a Kickstarter to Check? Oh, Sure appeared first on WIRED.