Once thought to be in a class all by itself, astronomers have discovered the monster star's distant cousins.
There's some hot stuff on the edge of our galaxy.
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.
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