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Are dark matter clumps breaking holes in the Milky Way? – RT World News

In an astrophysical model that explains a mysterious disorder in the galaxy, a "dense sphere" of dark matter may have been plowed through the Milky Way, which is a million times larger than the Sun. The theory of galactic hit-and-run "explains, according to Ana Bonaca, a Harvard-Smithsonian Center colleague, the jagged gap discovered in GD-1, the galaxy's longest stellar stream …

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Harvard researcher presents data on the construction of the Milky Way

According to a Harvard researcher, the Milky Way has more to offer than the (trained) eye suggests. Ana Bonaca, a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Astrophysics Theory Institute, presented intriguing new insights into the construction of the Milky Way at an academic conference last month. Bonaca gave her talk at the American Physical Society meeting in April entitled "Dynamic Evidence …

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A "dense sphere of something" has blown up holes in the Milky Way

Bullet Holes Scientists say that some mysterious, gigantic, gigantic "bullet holes" pierced parts of the Milky Way. There are a number of holes in a long stream of stars called GD-1 Undiscovered thing has made its way, according to the research results submitted to the American Physical Society last month. Harvard-Smithson astrophysicist Ana Bonaca, the scientist who discovered the cosmic …

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Harvard astrophysicist: "Dense sphere of something" has blown up holes in the Milky Way

Scientists say that something mysterious has hit gigantic, cosmic "bullet holes" in parts of the Milky Way. In a long circle of stars called GD-1, there are a number of holes that indicate that an undiscovered thing has been blown up, according to research released to the American Physical Society last month. Harvard-Smithsonian astrophysicist Ana Bonaca, who discovered the cosmic …

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Astronomers take a first look at the huge star formation region of the Milky Way

This image of a radio telescope shows a huge star-forming region of the outer Milky Way galaxy. The ovals mark the major subdivisions of the region's molecular cloud, including the smaller 1a, which is very efficient in generating stars. Credit: Charles Kerton / Iowa State University Astronomers from the United States and South Korea have made the first high-resolution radio …

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Milky Way is much more massive than previously thought

New scientific findings are much more fascinating when they turn generally accepted facts on their heads. Until recently, it was assumed that our neighbor galaxy Andromeda is much larger than the Milky Way – more than twice the size of our home galaxy. Later investigations showed that Andromeda and the Milky Way were actually about the same size. Now, new …

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