Some stars are just born with extremely magnetic personalities.
Ripple patterns in the dust around young stars may show off where giant planets are lurking.
A group of young stars has been caught loitering near the center of the Milky Way galaxy, a region previously thought to be dominated by a more mature population.
There's something strange going on inside the protoplanetary disk of a nearby star and astronomers are at a loss to explain what it means.
These beautiful, shimmering tendrils of plasma are all that remain of an ancient massive star that, approximately 8,000 years ago, died and exploded as a supernova.
Distant galaxies birthing baby stars up to 1,000 times the rate of the Milky Way have been a long-standing mystery -- until now.
A dying star has left behind a beautiful, if temporary, parting gift -- an expanding planetary nebula.
Lithium has been detected in stellar material blasting away from an exploding star, possibly revealing the source of the basic element in young stars, thereby solving a mystery that has perplexed astronomers for decades.
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