OREANDA-NEWS Thanks to the efforts of Indian researchers, our own galaxy was replenished with another 28 stars that were discovered by astronomers of the Aryabkhat Institute Wahab Uddin. Discovered objects are at a decent distance from us and constantly change their brightness, the authors of the discovery said.

In India, scientists at one of the universities found new stars in the sky, which as it turned out are located in our own Milky Way galaxy. Globular clusters that have received the NGC 4147 index change their brightness. At the same time, Indian astronomers are confident that each new star has its own reason for explaining this fact.

This object, with a scattering of new stars, is 56 thousand light-years away from the Earth, so the researchers were only now able to detect the “hidden” luminaries.