The most popular view has been that such supermassive stars form when two large stars collide, but new observations cast doubt on that model.
HL Tau is a young star, only about a million years old. Despite its young age, the star is already busy at making a family.
A new discovery raises an interesting question about just how large a planetary system could be.
As far as we know, there isn’t another star like Eta Carinae in our galaxy, but new observations have found five similar stars in other galaxies.
In new research, found that there was a good correlation between the flicker of a star and its surface gravity.
Astronomers have found a stormy dark spot on a small star.
A contact binary star occurs when two stars are close enough that their outer layers are in contact with each other.
Astronomers have developed a new method using “twin stars” to measure stellar distances.
Suppose you wanted to build a star. How would you go about making one?