Gaia’s map of 1 billion stars is the clearest view of our galaxy
ESA/GAIA/DPACBy Timothy Revell Welcome to the age of mass-produced star-gazing. Over 400 million stars have been discovered as part of a project to create the most accurate star map ever. The European Space Agency (ESA) satellite, Gaia, has just released its catalogue of over 1 billion stars in the Milky Way, launching a new era of astronomy. “In the...
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