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European 'star survey' reveals celestial treasure trove

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European Space Agency releases data on almost 2 billion stars in the Milky Way. Data includes new information on age, mass, temperature and chemical composition of stars. Gaia was also able to detect more than 100,000 so-called starquakes. Mission is already providing the basis for around 1,600 scientific publications a year.
4 months ago·Paris, France

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European 'star survey' reveals celestial treasure trove

The European Space Agency has released a trove of data on almost 2 billion stars in the Milky Way

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European 'star survey' reveals celestial treasure trove

BERLIN (AP) — The European Space Agency has released a trove of data on almost 2 billion stars in the Milky Way, collected by its Gaia mission in an effort

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European ‘star survey’ reveals celestial treasure trove

The European Space Agency (ESA) has released a trove of data on almost two billion stars in the Milky Way, collected by its Gaia mission in an effort to create the most accurate and complete map of our galaxy.

4 months ago·Ireland
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European 'star survey' reveals celestial treasure trove

The European Space Agency has released a trove of data on almost 2 billion stars in the Milky Way, collected by its Gaia mission in an effort to create the most accurate and complete map of our galaxy.

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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BERLIN (AP) — The European Space Agency has released a trove of data on almost 2 billion stars in the Milky Way. It was collected by its Gaia mission in an effort to create the most accurate and complete map of our galaxy. Astronomers hope to use the data to understand better how stars are born and die, and how the Milky Way evolved over billions of years. The new data includes new information such as the age, mass, temperature and chemical comp…

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European star survey reveals celestial treasure trove

The European Space Agency released data on almost 2 billion stars in the Milky Way, collected by its Gaia space observatory in an effort to create the most accurate and complete map.

4 months ago·New York, United States
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