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By Susie Murph on February 10, 2020 in

Today’s main story looks at the weird star HD 101584 and explains its odd looks with a stellar merger gone berserk. Additional news includes CHEOPS first light images, and new results from Rosetta mission about comet C/G 67P and its orbital color changes. Incredible Image Shows The Extraordinary Aftermath of One Star Engulfing Another (Science […]

By StarStryder on October 25, 2019 in

Today’s news is all over the place, and by place, we mean universe. We start with the story of 4 galaxy clusters merging, pair wise, into one massive system, and move on to explore a planet in a three-star system made of red dwarfs, and with a model for creating Jupiter family comets. Susie will […]

By StarStryder on September 10, 2019 in

Join us as we explore the insides of stars, dynamics of star clusters, and lake formation on Earth and Saturn’s moon Titan. Over and over we see the same physics works the same way everywhere, and still finds ways to surprise us! Links The Effects of Iron on Stellar Nuclear Reactions Sandia experiments at temperature […]