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  2. Astronomers Have Found a Peculiar New Type of Star That Only Pulses on One Side  ScienceAlert
  3. One-Sided Pulsator: New Type of Pulsating Star Discovered After 40-Year Search  SciTechDaily
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Amateur astronomers have discovered a teardrop-shaped star that pulses just on one side, the first of its kind as far as they know.Amateur astronomers have discovered a teardrop-shaped star that pulses just on one side, the first of its kind as far as they know.

Teardrop-Shaped Star Only Pulses on One Side, Making It the First of Its Kind

The Universe has yielded another surprise, and this time, it's practically under our very noses. Just 1,500 light-years away, astronomers have found a star that pulsates - but only on one side. Although such an object was predicted decades ago, thiThe Universe has yielded another surprise, and this time, it's practically under our very noses. Just 1,500 light-years away, astronomers have found a star that pulsates - but only on one side. Although such an object was predicted decades ago, this

Astronomers Have Found a Peculiar New Type of Star That Only Pulses on One Side

A star that pulses on just one side has been predicted in theory. But it took two simultaneous discoveries on opposite sides of our planet to uncover the first such example of a 'one-sided pulsator.' A star that pulsates on just one side has been discovered in the Milky Way about 1500 light-years

One-Sided Pulsator: New Type of Pulsating Star Discovered After 40-Year Search

One-Sided Pulsator: New Type of Pulsating Star Discovered After 40-Year Search

Using data from NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), a team of professional astronomers and citizen scientists has discovered a star that oscillates largely over one hemisphere.Using data from NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), a team of professional astronomers and citizen scientists has discovered a star that oscillates largely over one hemisphere.

TESS Discovers New Class of Pulsating Star | Astronomy | Sci-News.com

A team of astronomers have discovered a strange star that oscillates only on one side, causing it to be distorted into a teardrop shape.A team of astronomers have discovered a strange star that oscillates only on one side, causing it to be distorted into a teardrop shape.

Scientists Discover “Peculiar” Teardrop-Shaped Star

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  “We’ve known theoretically that stars like this should exist since the 1980s,” said professor Don Kurtz from the University of Central Lancashire in Britain and Distinguished Visitor at the University of Sydney about the discovery of a star that oscillates largely over one hemisphere. “I’ve been looking for a star like this for nearly […]

Very Strange, "One-Sided-Pulsating" Star Discovered | The Daily Galaxy

  “We’ve known theoretically that stars like this should exist since the 1980s,” said professor Don Kurtz from the University of Central Lancashire in Britain and Distinguished Visitor at the University of Sydney about the discovery of a star that oscillates largely over one hemisphere. “I’ve been looking for a star like this for nearly […]

The light from stars usually pulsates uniformly across the whole surface, but now astronomers have discovered a star that only pulses on one side. That’s thanks to its teardrop shape, as a close binary companion pulls it out of whack.The light from stars isn’t steady, instead it tends to pulsate. This is usually uniform across the whole surface of the star, but now astronomers have discovered an object that only pulses on one side. That’s thanks to its teardrop shape, as a close binary companion pulls it out of whack.

Teardrop-shaped star only twinkles on one side

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Astroboffin Kurtz ends 40-year quest to find a predicted one-sided vibrating star that was never seen – until now • The Register

When stars behave strangely, astronomers take notice. In the case of a star known as HD74423, it was amateur astronomers who first spotted the anomaly in data captured by NASA's latest planet-hunting space satellite TESS. What they didn't realize was that they were looking at an entirely unknown type of star \u2014 the first of its kind.When stars behave strangely, astronomers take notice. In the case of a star known as HD74423, it was amateur astronomers who first spotted the anomaly in data captured by NASA's latest planet-hunting space satellite TESS. What they didn't realize was that they were looking at an entirely unknown type of star — the first of its kind.

First star of its kind discovered by amateur astronomers | KSL.com

A star with an irregular "heartbeat" has been discovered, confirming a 40-year-old theory about the cosmos.A star with an irregular "heartbeat" has been discovered, confirming a 40-year-old theory about the cosmos.

Australian scientists have discovered a new type of star that 'pulsates' on one side. The star is believed to have existed in theory for decades but the new findings prove it's a reality after all....Australian scientists have discovered a new type of star that 'pulsates' on one side. The star is believed to have existed in theory for decades but the new findings prove it's a reality after all....

Australian Scientists Discover New 'Pulsating' Star | Gizmodo Australia

Amateur skywatchers are being credited with identifying the star, which pulses on one side only.Amateur skywatchers are being credited with identifying the star, which pulses on one side only.

Incredible ‘teardrop star’ discovery breaks the mould for astronomers - National | Globalnews.ca

After a 40-year search, astronomers have spotted a first-of-its-kind star that pulsates on just one side.After a 40-year search, astronomers have spotted a first-of-its-kind star that pulsates on just one side.

Star HD74423 is now the first of a new type of pulsating star.Star HD74423 is now the first of a new type of pulsating star.

Astronomers Discover Tear-Drop Shaped Star Pulsating Only On One Side