Astronomers looking for supernovae, finding an object, behave more surprisingly than the star.
Astronomers had discovered a strange, glittering star, like a star, in which case he had assumed the presence of the foreign alien structure like a Dyson ball.
The idea of the mechanism, first proposed in 2015, was subsequently refuted by the data, suggesting that the strange flickering is caused by dust particles covering starlight. The behavior of a new star, perhaps, may not be related to aliens. However, astronomer Roberto Saito of the Federal University of Santa Catarina in Florianópolis, Brazil, argues that this is very unusual. "We do not know what kind of object it is, and that's interesting," Saito said.
The researchers searched for a supernova-star, a flare-up flare during the explosion, when he spotted a strange star in the VISTA telescope in the Atacama Desert. Instead of flickering, the object fades away. The team had a star called VVV-WIT-07 (WIT stands for "What's That?" In English – "What's That?").
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From 2010 to 2018, the brightness of the stars then increased, then dropped, without patterns. This is reminiscent of the terrestrial star, only the light of the VVV-WIT-07 has been reduced to 80%, whereas the brightness Tavi decreased by only 20%.
A team of astronomers intend to continue monitoring the star with larger telescopes like the 8-meter Mini Telescope, or Alma, located in Chile.
Around the planet can rotate some garbage from time to time hiding the light, but for more accurate conclusions data are required.
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