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Pollution cut results new stars from other galaxies in sky

 Science & IT Desk daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 10:21 AM, 3 April 2020  

New stars from different galaxies are constantly seen in the sky

New stars from different galaxies are constantly seen in the sky

The pollution in Dhaka has decreased greatly. The whole city is shining; the sky and the air are also clear and clean. When people are confined at housed, innumerable stars including many unidentified and new faces beside the moon are constantly seen in the night sky.

On the other hand, India, including West Bengal, is now locked down. In the midst of the silence nature in the night, countless stars including a jumble of new faces have appeared in the sky, which we have never known. Some of them are on the other side of our Milky Way Galaxy or in another galaxy or more far away.

Researchers at the Indian Center for Space Physics (ICSP) in Kolkata say that those who have not been identified in large telescopes for too long distance have been caught in a telescope on a 24-inch lens at Sitapur in Medinipur.

ICSP astronomer Sandeep Chakraborty says, "We have found many unknown stars. No research has been done on these before. Previously if we were to find a star away from 1000 million light sources, the skies of lockdown period have made visible stars that are 2000 million light years away.”

The stars that are very bright are about 1600 light years away from us. Scientists believe stars those light is very dim are at too distance in a galaxy far away.

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