This study has revealed many new things about our Milky Way. (Symbolic photo: Pixabay)
New studies of the Milky Way show that it evolved much faster than astronomers could have ever imagined.
The new method also provided information about the history of the Milky Way galaxy. (Symbolic photo: NASA / ESA)
Age of stars and their effect By estimating the age of the stars, researchers were the first to discover that the stars from Giga Encelodus and most of the stars in the Milky Way are the same age or slightly smaller than the stars in the Milky Way. The study showed that due to this severe fusion, the orbits of the stars already in the galaxy changed and their orbits became more abnormal. Where on earth did scientists find plutonium older than the Solar System? Difference in wiring movements Researchers have compared the movement of stars to the wiring function of Giga Enzolides, which originated exclusively in the Milky Way. These stars were very different from those born in the Milky Way. Its chemical composition was also very different. For this, they used data from different methods and sources.
The researchers also found information about the age of the stars and their orbits. (Symbolic photo: Shutterstock)
Sound waves from within the stars Researchers used astronomy to find the exact age of the stars. This is a new field of study of the internal structure of stars. In it, the vibrations or vibrations of the stars are studied. These vibrations, or vibrations, are sound waves coming from within the stars. The researchers say that this allowed them to estimate the exact age of the stars. Learn about new signals found among stars outside the Solar System The stars also used a spectroscopic survey called epoxy, another way to tell the age of stars. The researchers believe that the combination of these two technologies is very effective in determining the exact age of the wires. Now researchers will use this method to study in more detail.