Scientists have found a jet of high-energy particles erupting from a dying star, which could help explain what happens when stars like the Sun reach the end of their lives.
Using the 2.1-meter Otto Struve Telescope at the University of Texas `s McDonald Observatory, astronomers have discovered pulsations from the crystalized remnant of a burnt-out star.
An international research team made use of a dying star`s fury to probe a distant galaxy some 9.5 billion light-years distant.
An international team of astronomers has made the most high-resolution images of a dying giant star to date.
Day in Pics: 28th November
Showbiz World - November 28, 2014