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Blue supergiant stars can be formed by the merger of two stars

Strong evidence that most blue supergiants may have formed from the merger of two stars.

Almost invisible dwarf galaxy challenges the dark matter model

The largest and most diffuse galaxy known.

Discovery of bubble-blowing relativistic jets at the center of the Teacup galaxy

Study reveals a process that explains the peculiar morphology of the central region of the Teacup galaxy.

Two potentially habitable exo-Earths discovered around a star near the Sun

With these two, we now know 7 in planetary systems quite near to the Sun.

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