The giant twinkling star VVV-WIT-08 is 100 times the size of the Sun. Astronomers discovered it near the heart of the Milky Way.
Based on telescope observations, a giant star hundreds of days away is 25,000 light-years away. It will fade to 97% and slowly return to brightness as before.
Astronomers find giant glowing star VVV-WIT-08
Orbiting planets are the cause of unexpected darkness. It is also possible that the companion star may have objects passing in front of the dust disk. Thus it will block the light from reaching the earth.
Theguardian.com reports that astronomers have noticed a Nigu star fading in data collected by the Vista telescope. Operated by the European Southern Observatory in Chile.
He is a professor at the Institute for Astronomy at the University of Cambridge. Lee Smith said the stars are getting nowhere. Then the star suddenly faded. After that, it began to fade in early 2012 and disappeared in April of that year before recovering for the next 100 days.
The device observes the giant twinkling star VVV-WIT-08, along with billions of other stars. It aims to look for samples that differ in the brightness of stars in the electromagnetic and infrared spectra.
Scientists called this object WIT and named it VVV-WIT-08. And, as it is known, it is not in the category of determination.
The gigantic twinkling star VVV-WIT-08 is a new class of twinkling binary system. Where there is a giant star in Sagittarius. It is amazing to observe a dark, large and elongated object passing through the Milky Way.
But astronomers can only speculate as to where it came from. This is because the star is in the densest region of the Milky Way. The teams considered whether certain objects had accidentally slipped or been lost in front of VVV-WIT-08.
However, simulations show that a lot of dark matter must flow around the galaxy for this situation to occur. Such a star system has long been known.
The astronomers’ calculations are recorded in the monthly reports of the Royal Astronomical Society. Suggested that the disk was tilted like an ellipse from the earth. It must be about the size of a giant and a quarter of the distance from the earth to the sun.
This is most likely due to the dim view of the giant glowing star telescope VVV-WIT-08. When the disk dusts around the orbiting planet or when a second star blocks it.
For example, the giant star Epsilon became an obstacle to uri rige. A large dust disk every 27 years will partially prevent this. But the blur is only 50%.
As a second example, TYC was discovered 2502-672-1 years ago. Record star of the Eclipse Binary Star System. Unlike Vivi-VIT-08, this is the longest orbital period of 69 years.
Sometimes scientists find variable stars. But not in accordance with the determination of the category. Professor Philip Lucas, an astronomer at the University of Hertfordshire, said:
New Star Class
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. But astronomers believe this will happen in the next 20 to 200 years.
Two twinkling stars appeared beside him. But researchers have no further information on this. The UK-based team found two weird giant players.
This indicates the possibility of a new class of stars. Currently, there appear to be six possible star systems based on their type.
Inside is a giant giant star and a giant opaque disk. Although it orbits far away from the giant star. However, the team was able to learn how such systems were developed.
The buzz about this discovery will help astronomers understand what a new class of star looks like. The overall features will reveal the secret of where these discs came from.
After many years of planning and data collection I am very happy to see such a discovery. The team has the potential to learn how these systems develop through stimulation. Towards the end of his life he discovered the giant twinkling star VVV-WIT-08. (R10 / HR Online)