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Astronomers have discovered 8,292 stellar currents in our galaxy. Instead of star clusters, streams form linear patterns. Each stream is called Theia, the

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Astronomers have discovered 8,292 stellar currents in our galaxy. Instead of star clusters, streams form linear patterns. Each stream is called Theia, the giant Greek goddess of sight and heavenly light. When astronomers used the data collected by the European Space AgencyJaya Space Telescope to study Thia 456, they discovered that all 468 stars in this stream were born simultaneously. This elongated stream of stars is also moving in the same direction togetherAcross the sky. The discovery was presented…

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