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Supermassive stars, University of Surrey, chemical elements, Big Bang, globular clusters, Milky Way, heavy elements, temperature of stars, dense gases, star collisions

Supermassive stars may have been born amid globular clusters: Study

Scientists have come closer to understanding how different chemical elements are found around stars that are part of supermassive clusters.

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‘Oumuamua’ likely came from a binary star system: Study

A study shows that the interstellar space rock ‘Oumuamua’ could have originated from a binary star system.

NASA space telescope, Star-Planet Activity Research CubeSat, habitable planets, Arizona State University, nearby stars, life outside Earth, Sun, dwarf planets, Proxima Centauri

NASA’s upcoming space telescope to explore nearby stars, find life on other planets

Scientists will launch a space telescope in the near future, to understand the effect stars have on planets. The studies will help understand if the planets orbiting these stars could have life on them.

New stars, Tarantula nebula, neighbouring galaxy, star births, Large Magellanic Cloud galaxy, University of Oxford, solar masses, European Southern Observatory, University of Leuven, initial mass function

Neighbouring galaxy has many more stars than estimated: Study

A constellation has been found to have more stars than previously estimated, as per researchers studying the Tarantula nebula.

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Dust, not aliens, behind mysterious flickering star: Study

Scientists have confirmed that Tabby’s Star brightens and dims due to surrounding dust, and not an alien megastructure.

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NASA to launch SuperTIGER scientific balloon to study rare cosmic particles

NASA are set to launch the SuperTIGER scientific balloon to study rare cosmic ray particles entering Earth’s atmosphere.

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Rapid formation of new stars in distant galaxies

The majority of stars have been believed to lie on a “main sequence,” where the larger a galaxy’s mass, the higher its efficiency to form new stars.

The big splash

With television premieres of big ticket films gaining ground, Screen takes a look at the innovative strategies adopted by channels to lure the tele-viewers

View from the Top

Artist Rohini Devasher maps common points between astronomy and art through metaphors in her latest exhibition

Astronomers discover the raw material first stars were made of

The finding opens the way to study how the early galaxies make their first stars.

Brand Boys

Bollywood’s newest line-up of male stars is style savvy and brands are cashing in on their charisma

Brand Boys

Bollywood’s newest line-up of male stars is style savvy and brands are cashing in on their charisma

Fun with Fashion Follies

Stars are willing to shed their glamorous avatars,allowing stylists to pick quirky wardrobes for their films

Actors don’t get money,stars do: Manoj Bajpayee

In an interview with The Indian Express Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta on NDTV 24X7 Walk the Talk,actor Manoj Bajpayee talks about coming to Mumbai at a difficult time.

IIT Bombay alumni to fund students’ research projects

Help is now at hand for students of the Indian Institute of Technology,Bombay,who have a viable research proposal,but do not have the necessary funds or expertise to take it forward.