This Star Drifted Into the Milky Way From Another Galaxy

Scientists suspect that one of the stars in the Big Dipper isn't native to the Milky Way. Instead, it likely got sucked up in a galactic collision,

Space Invader One of the stars in the Big Dipper constellation may not have originated within the Milky Way. Instead, the star — conveniently named J1124+4535 — likely came from a galaxy that merged with ours some 10 billion years ago, according to Live Science. The unusual chemical signature and metal composition of the star […]

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