|Solar Orbiter||10. 2. 2020||Ongoing|
Astronomers using data from TESS telescope observed behavior resembling our own Sun in stars of the binary system 12 Boötis.
Astronomers detected unusually strong flare coming out of nearby star EK Draconis. Even though the star is in many ways similar to our Sun, the flare was much bigger than anything observed in the Solar system.
Multi-wavelength observations of star-forming region in Ophiuchius constellation bring clues to the history of our own solar system. Using data from several telescopes on the ground and in space, astronomers trace aluminum-16 radionuclides to nearby star cluster.
If Sun would be 45 years old person, Kappa 1 Ceti would be about 10 years old. Study of this star can help scientist understand, how our star evolved.