We often think of stars as things that do not move much, but in some galaxies that is far from a universal truth. New observations from NASA's powerful Chandra X-Ray Observatory show that some stars are routinely booted from their own host galaxies and sent back into space.
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When one of the stars explodes and then collapses to become a dense neutron star, the asymmetric power of this action can cause the star to be thrown out of its designated position. As the neutron star gets faster, its gravity tugs at its binary partner and sends both stars out on a path ren own home galaxies.
"It's like a guest being asked to leave a party with a loud friend," said Xiangyu Jin, lead author of the research, said in a statement. "The companion star in this situation is simply being pulled out of the galaxy because it is in the orbit of the star that became the supernova."
The companion star can only ride along, and the research team using Chandra Data has already discovered about 30 star pairs from the Fornax galaxy cluster that seem to rush out of their homes due to this phenomenon.
The researchers hope to use additional data from Chandra in the future to discover other pairs of repressed stars that is simply too dark to use the existing data. Longer observation campaigns could change that and reveal additional binary pairs thrown into space.
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