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New research shows stellar flybys are common in our galaxy’s crowded center. That could have both good and bad (but mostly bad) effects on growing planets. The post Close Encounters in the Milky Way — and What They Mean for Planets appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Two comets spark excitement for the coming week — NEOWISE might reach naked-eye visibility at dawn, while Lemmon will be visible in binoculars at dusk. The post Anticipation Grows for Comets NEOWISE and Lemmon appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
New observations show ultra-hot gas around the Milky Way. Stellar explosions may have driven this gas out of our galaxy. The post The 10 Million-Degree Gas Around the Milky Way appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Galaxies swim in hot gas that extends much farther out than their stars — and plays an important role in the galaxy's evolution. The post Galaxies Are Even Bigger Than You Think appeared first on Sky & Telescope.