How many stars are in our galaxy?
What are our galaxy’s mass and luminosity?
We don’t know.
But if we do, the answer could help us understand our home galaxy.
As part of our study, researchers from the University of Sydney and the Australian National University have found that stars in the galaxy are clustered together, which means there are a lot of them.
The researchers say the results suggest that stars should be clustered together and not separated, as they tend to cluster in clusters.
This would make it more likely that stars will cluster around a single galaxy, like in our own Milky Way.
The findings are published in the Astrophysical Journal.
Read moreThe researchers analysed stars’ light and the motions of them over a period of about three weeks.
This allowed them to look at a large number of stars to find which ones are clusters and which ones have not.
We have found some pretty unusual clusters, said lead researcher Dr Jules H. Jansson.
“It’s really cool to see a cluster that’s been there for quite a long time,” he said.
One of the most exciting results is that we’re seeing stars that are actually very faint, as far as we can tell, because of the way the light from the stars is scattered by the interstellar medium.
This means that they are not actually in our neighbourhood, but the light is being carried by a different direction in space.
That’s one of the main reasons for the clustering.
The next big step for the research is to look more closely at the light coming from the galaxies to find out how much the stars are actually moving.
This could help astronomers understand how galaxies evolve over time.
“This is just a first step to understand how these clusters form, but we have to keep going to see what we can learn,” said Dr Jansson in a statement.
“There are lots of other interesting results to be discovered.”