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19 May 2016

Jupiter is hit by between 6 or 7 large impacts each year on average according to a group of amateur astronomers from around the world – see http://phys.org/print382795886.html

A study in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society seems to dispute the prevailing theory of stellar evolution as large numbers of helium burning stars seem to be dying prematurely in the M4 globular cluster (one of the closest and brightest). See http://phys.org/print382804627.html

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