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Earth as we know it is thanks to a massive star in the birth environment of our sun

Researchers have completed new simulations that look at how planets are believed to form. The new computer simulations show that the climate and solid surface of the Earth may be due in part to a mass... read more

Do you like Earth's solid surface and life-inclined climate? Thank your lucky (massive) star

Credit: Thibaut Roger Earth's solid surface and moderate climate may be due, in part, to a massive star in the birth environment of the Sun ... How can we explain our Earth, which is very dry ... read more

Massive Dying Star “Saved Earth from Being a Hostile Ocean World”

If a massive star in the birth environment of the Sun –a yellow G2 dwarf star ... “But radioactive heating may not be enough. How can we explain our Earth, which is very dry, indeed, compared ... read more

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A Nearby River Of Stars

Due to its proximity to Earth ... Our own host galaxy, the Milky Way, is home to star clusters of variable sizes and ages. We find many baby clusters within molecular clouds, fewer middle-age and old ... read more


Better to Dry a Rocky Planet Before Use

Earth's solid surface and clement climate may be in part due to a massive star in the birth environment of the Sun. Without its radioactive elements injected into the early solar system, our home plan... read more

Without ancient star, Earth could be a icy, watery wasteland

Earth’s solid surface and mild climate may be partly due to a massive star in the birth environment of the sun, according to new research. Without the star’s injecting radioactive elements into the ea... read more

Space News: A nearby river of stars

Due to its proximity to Earth ... Our own host galaxy, the Milky Way, is home to star clusters of variable sizes and ages. We find many baby clusters within molecular clouds, fewer middle-age and old ... read more

How do we know what stars like our Sun are made of?

Every day, for billions of years, the Sun has risen over Earth's horizon. It may be 150 million kilometres away, but our star shines ... detectors, we would never know they were there. But the Super-K ... read more

Is Earth's Closest Cousin a Dying Planet?

Last week, the human race met its very first Earth-like planet orbiting a Sun-like star in the habitable zone ... scientists rely on what we know about how our own biosphere will die. We all have our ... read more

Our sun now has a brother star, the first one ever found

These astronomers say there’s a “small, but not zero” chance that brother stars to our sun could host planets that harbor life. Astronomers at University of Texas have identified the first sibling of ... read more

A river of stars in the solar neighborhood

Due to its proximity to Earth ... into the collection of stars we know as the Milky Way. "Most star clusters in the Galactic disk disperse rapidly after their birth as they do not contain enough ... read more

Yes, We've Discovered a Planet Orbiting the Nearest Star but...

It is our closest stellar neighbour, the fictional birth ... the more massive the planet. All true, but it runs us into our first caveat: CAVEAT #1: We only know the minimum mass We can only measure t... read more



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