Astronomers from Macquarie University and the Chinese Academy of Sciences have used 1339 ‘standard’ stars to create the first accurate 3D map of our home galaxy, with surprising results. Professor Richard de Grijs, an astronomer and co-author of the paper published in Nature Astronomy, discusses these findings with the team.
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