Two newly found stars are the most distant members of the Milky Way’s outer halo.
The outermost stars of our Milky Way galaxy are a diffuse bunch, with only seven identified more than 400,000 light-years away. However, a new study led by John Bochanski of Haverford College has now found two stars in the Milky Way’s outer halo of scattered stars. According to a Haverford statement...
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