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Remember Tabby's Star? It may have a friend... and maybe lots of them

16 Sep 2019, 13:00 UTC
Remember Tabby's Star? It may have a friend... and maybe lots of them Danielle Futselaar

In a galaxy with at least a couple of hundred billion stars in it, you can expect some of them are going to be weird.

For a while now, it looks like Tabby's Star — one that's been experiencing weird dips in its starlight that have proven extremely difficult to — was unique among the Milky Way's population. No other star exhibited the same behavior.

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