Researchers wonder: Why the disappearing stars?

the Milky way contains many vacant and 'empty' areas, where an asterisk before lit up. Some stars disappear in the aftermath of a gigantic explosion, called

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
26 December 2019 Thursday 18:00
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Researchers wonder: Why the disappearing stars?

the Milky way contains many vacant and 'empty' areas, where an asterisk before lit up.

Some stars disappear in the aftermath of a gigantic explosion, called a supernova, while others are slowly losing the power to light. And it is quite normal.

But it is not all stars, which disappear in these ways. Some disappear, apparently, just out of the blue. And it is inviting to speculate whether there still are other creatures in the room than us.

It writes the Science Alert according to the Science.dk.

By comparing the stjernekataloger back from the 1950's with new researchers by the Vanishing and Appearing Sources (VASCO) found about 100 stars, which simply seems to have disappeared. the

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the Researcher Beatriz Villarroel is the lead author on the study, which is published in the scientific journal the Astronomical Journal. She and her colleagues have compared the 600 million objects in the sky, in order to examine whether they had disappeared, and thus whether it may or may not be signs of intelligent life in space.

When analyzing so many stars, it is a slow process to examine to the bottom.

the Researchers have, therefore, also registered and investigated the smaller objects in the room, to ensure that there actually was empty, there where the star should be. the

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In the final stage, they stood with 151.193 possible candidates for the missing stars. This was reduced to 23.667 possible stars, by cutting them from as you found out 'just' had shifted in the room at a higher speed than expected.

for More krydstjekning with the data left the researchers with 100 stars, which seems to have disappeared like dew before the sun.

- We are very excited to examine these 100 areas, with the missing stars, we have found, says Beatriz Villarroel to Science Alert.

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Updated: 26.12.2019 18:00
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