In astronomic time scale, stellar evolution takes million of years to happen, so it's a once in a lifetime chance to have a glimpse of this long process. But astronomers from the U.K. have witnessed a star thousands of light-years from Earth being reborn "real-time."
A supermassive black hole made a blazing hot part six million years ago that led to creating a huge bubble in the center of the Milky Way galaxy.
Researchers found magnetic fields inside the stars, which could rationalize the effect on the stellar evolution, using the Kepler space telescope.
Life on Earth is believed to have popped up sooner than it should have when compared with what happens on a Universal scale.
Twitter helped researchers discover a huge X-shaped formation of stars. The stars are situated in the central bulge of the Milky Way.
The newly discovered star was seen whipping powerful beam of particles over its nearby stars.
Scientists feel that it is imperative to know more about M-Dwarf Stars to find more exoplanets in a habitable zone.
Young, small and faint stars can have a negative effect on the formation of would-be planets.
Life may have flourished on diamond planets in the primordial Universe according to a new study.
Stars’ age, history can be predicted by their sound, scientists reveal after hearing starry music
See the photo of a newborn star captured by Hubble.