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Metal-poor globular cluster forces astronomers to rethink theories – EarthSky

An international team of scientists made an unusual discovery when they used extra observing time at Keck Observatory in Hawaii to take a quick look at a massive globular cluster in the galaxy next door, the Andromeda galaxy. The cluster is called RBC EXT8. Observations revealed it to be the most metal-poor globular cluster observed to date; that is, it lacks the “heavier” or more complex elements made inside stars as they move through their life cycles. Image via ESASky en CFHT/ Astronomie.nl.

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