Astronomers scramble as ‘alien megastructure’ star dims again
NASA JPL / CaltechBy Leah Crane The most famously weird star in our galaxy is acting up again. On Friday, 19 May, Tabby’s star began to dim, carrying on a history of mysterious dips in brightness. Astronomers are scrambling to point as many telescopes as possible at the star, which is 1,300 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus, to decipher...
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