100 Billion Failed Stars May Be Hiding in the Milky Way

Thursday, July 6, 2017 - 06:32 in Astronomy & Space

Brown dwarfs, or failed stars that look like rogue planets, are far more abundant than astronomers previously thought. A whopping 100 billion of the tiny, dim celestial bodies could be lurking throughout the Milky Way, new research suggests.

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