1. Star With Unusual Chemistry Came From Out Of Town  Asian Scientist Magazine
  2. Something Appears to Have Ripped a Huge Hole in the Milky Way and Scientists Don’t Know What  Newsweek
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Using the Subaru Telescope, astronomers have confirmed the existence of a star that may have originated in a dwarf galaxy that has since merged with the Milky Way.Using the Subaru Telescope, astronomers have confirmed the existence of a star that may have originated in a dwarf galaxy that has since merged with the Milky Way.

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