BEIJING-A Chinese research group has uncovered 591 high-velocity stars according to information in the Big Sky Region Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) and the European Space Agency’s Gaia satellite.
High-velocity stars are stars which go remarkably quickly, relative to other celebrities, and may sooner or later leave their galaxy. Of the recently discovered celebrities, 43 could escape the gravitational limitations of the Milky Way galaxy in fly and future to intergalactic space.
A total of over 550 high-velocity celebrities were discovered since the first one has been found in 2005. The discovery has doubled the entire number understood, said Li Yinbi together with the National Astronomical Observatories of the Australian Academy of Sciences (NAOC), lead author of the study.
High-velocity stars can offer deep insights into a broad selection of subjects within ancestral science, by the fundamental super-massive black hole into the remote galactic halo, based on Lu Youjun, a researcher in the NAOC.
The researchers examined the chemical and kinematic properties of their 591 high-speed celebrities and discovered that they’re inner-halo celebrities.