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Hubble sees our galaxy sucking up mysterious amount of gas
The Milky Way seems to be gobbling up a mysterious amount of gas — more than it spits back out, according to a new paper.
Milky Way’s center exploded 3.5m years ago
A titanic, expanding beam of energy sprang from close to the supermassive black hole in the center of the Milky Way just 3.5 million years ago, sending a cone-shaped burst of radiation through both poles of the Galaxy and out into deep space.
Astronomers find Milky Way is a warped, twisted galaxy
Astronomers have created the most precise map to date of the Milky Way by tracking thousands of big pulsating stars spread throughout the galaxy, demonstrating that its disk of myriad stars is not flat but dramatically warped and twisted in shape.
Early days of Milky Way revealed
The universe 13 billion years ago was very different from the universe we know today.
Our Milky Way galaxy is truly warped, at least around edges
It turns out our Milky Way galaxy is truly warped, at least around the far edges.
Five developments in space, time and fusion
Projects from gravitational wave detection to viewing the Milky Way and generating thermonuclear power march ahead in the future as the guardian.com reported.
Milky Way's supermassive black hole may have unseen siblings
Astronomers are beginning to understand what happens when black holes get the urge to roam the Milky Way.
Stunning 360-degree visualization allows you to explore the darkest depths of Milky Way
While traveling to the deepest, darkest depths of the Milky Way isn’t physically possible, a stunning new visualization can help you to imagine you’re there.
100b failed stars may be hiding in the Milky Way
Mid-sized objects known as brown dwarfs are said to be the missing link between planets and stars, being too large to be considered a planet, but not massive enough to sustain hydrogen fusion at the core.
A giant stellar void in the Milky Way
A major revision is required in our understanding of our Milky Way Galaxy according to an international team led by Prof. Noriyuki Matsunaga of the University of Tokyo.

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