TESS Detects Mystery Objects –“Neither a Brown Dwarf or a Star”

    It is estimated that up to 60 billion brown dwarfs make their home in the Milky Way. Because these elusive celestial objects do not fuse hydrogen in their core, they spend their lives cooling as they lose that gravitational energy from their formation, morphing as they age from looking like a low-mass star … Continue reading TESS Detects Mystery Objects –“Neither a Brown Dwarf or a Star”