1. The Milky Way Ate Another Galaxy, And This Star Can Tell Us When It Happened  ScienceAlert
  2. TESS dates an ancient collision with our galaxy  Phys.org
  3. Bright star pulses reveal when Milky Way devoured another galaxy  CNET
  4. A single star has let us put a date on our galaxy’s last cosmic meal  New Scientist News
  5. Natural oscillations from ancient star reveal age of galactic collision  Daily Mail
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Astronomers recently discovered that a long time ago, a collision with a satellite galaxy did something interesting to the Milky Way, puffing up its disc and seeding its halo with stars. Now, we've established a more precise time frame foAstronomers recently discovered that a long time ago, a collision with a satellite galaxy did something interesting to the Milky Way, puffing up its disc and seeding its halo with stars. Now, we've established a more precise time frame for that eve

The Milky Way Ate Another Galaxy, And This Star Can Tell Us When It Happened

A single bright star in the constellation of Indus, visible from the southern hemisphere, has revealed new insights on an ancient collision that our galaxy the Milky Way underwent with another smaller ...

TESS dates an ancient collision with our galaxy

New measurements suggest the Milky Way gobbled up Gaia-Enceladus when it was just a fledgling baby galaxy.New measurements suggest the Milky Way gobbled up Gaia-Enceladus when it was just a fledgling baby galaxy.

Bright star pulses reveal when Milky Way devoured another galaxy - CNET

The Milky Way ate another galaxy called Gaia-Enceladus, and the waves passing through a star have shown us that it happened at most 11.6 billion years agoThe Milky Way ate another galaxy called Gaia-Enceladus, and the waves passing through a star have shown us that it happened at most 11.6 billion years ago

A single star has let us put a date on our galaxy’s last cosmic meal | New Scientist

A team of astronomers has spotted an early galaxy churning out stars. They call it a “cosmic yeti” because the idea that such monster early galaxies existed has been dismissed.A team of astronomers has spotted an early galaxy churning out stars. They call it a “cosmic yeti” because the idea that such monster early galaxies existed has been dismissed.

This monster galaxy made stars hundreds of times faster than the Milky Way | Astronomy.com

“How do massive stars form? What feeds the supermassive black hole at our galaxy’s core? A new, extremely crisp infrared view of the center of our Milky Way galaxy is opening the door to answers. Learn more about this image captured by the @SOFIATelescope: https://t.co/OWss3MA25j”

Thomas Zurbuchen on Twitter: "How do massive stars form? What feeds the supermassive black hole at our galaxy’s core? A new, extremely crisp infrared view of the center of our Milky Way galaxy is opening the door to answers. Learn more about this image captured by the @SOFIATelescope: https://t.co/OWss3MA25j… https://t.co/bnfhY1baDz"

“The motion of one star is evidence of ancient collision between the Milky Way and another galaxy - https://t.co/cK5R5Borh2”

Fraser Cain on Twitter: "The motion of one star is evidence of ancient collision between the Milky Way and another galaxy - https://t.co/cK5R5Borh2… https://t.co/kSi1wTmQkE"

“NATIONAL DAY OF MOURNING IN THE GREAT WHITE NORTH! GALACTIC DAY OF MOURNING IN THE MILKY WAY!!! THE GREATEST THERE EVER WAS OR WILL BE!!!!!”

Jordan Hoffman on Twitter: "NATIONAL DAY OF MOURNING IN THE GREAT WHITE NORTH! GALACTIC DAY OF MOURNING IN THE MILKY WAY!!! THE GREATEST THERE EVER WAS OR WILL BE!!!!!"

“Harvard astronomers have announced the discovery of the largest structure in our galaxy, reshaping our view of the Milky Way. https://t.co/M3zXlD2OkG”

Albert Einstein on Twitter: "Harvard astronomers have announced the discovery of the largest structure in our galaxy, reshaping our view of the Milky Way. https://t.co/M3zXlD2OkG"

Astronomers have used vibrations from an ancient star in the Milky Way that is viewable in Australia to deduce how long ago a massive collision event took place with another galaxy.Astronomers have used vibrations from an ancient star in the Milky Way that is viewable in Australia to deduce how long ago a massive collision event took place with another galaxy.

Natural oscillations from ancient star reveal age of galactic collision | Daily Mail Online

A newfound cluster of young stars has been found on the periphery of the Milky Way, which is probably formed from material originating from neighbouring dwarf galaxies called the Magellanic Clouds.A newfound cluster of young stars has been found on the periphery of the Milky Way, which is probably formed from material originating from neighbouring dwarf galaxies called the Magellanic Clouds.

Milky Way’s imminent collision with neighbouring galaxy is creating new stars | Technology News,The Indian Express