During the star's explosion, it releases the same amount of energy it would release over its entire lifetime.
The comet is expected to reach its closest point to the Sun on 8 December and closest point to the Earth soon after.
The Sun orbits at 230km per second despite being 26,700 light-years away from our galaxy’s centre.
We might have a second interstellar visitor: astronomers discover unknown object entering our solar system
If it is an interstellar object then scientists will be able to study it till it leaves our solar system in 2021.
Member countries of IAU have been assigned one exoplanet and star it orbits for the naming process.
The findings help explain why the first photo of a black hole captures the far away M87 & not Sag A* in our galaxy core.
The Wide Field Camera 3, which captured the image has been in use since 2009, with 2,40,000+ observations to its name.
The investigation is on but with no evidence, there are different theories for the possible suspect.
The discovery was made possible by a massive telescope, a Boeing 747 & a team of astronomers.
The team has developed a trend line to estimate the composition of unknown meteorites, planets & stars.
Most known elements – from light ones like hydrogen to heavy ones like lawrencium – start in stars.
Seasons, days & nights on planets in such systems would be extraordinarily different than Earth's.
Super Earths could be forming around young stars in much greater numbers than scientists have thought.
The star is believed to be up to 13.5 billion years old which is evidenced by its extremely low metal content.
The discovery was made from Gaia's analysis of movement patterns of stars in the Milky Way disc.
This discovery gives insight into the processes affecting the survival of infant planets.
The team expects to find water, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide on WASP-79b, a prospective habitable planet
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Scientists have identified more than 3,500 planets around other stars (called exoplanets).
The high-precision measurements about the distance, motion, brightness and color of almost 1.7 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy were collected by the space agency’s Gaia probe between July 2014 and May 2016.