Team Detects ‘Music’ from 13 bn-year-old Stars

Researchers in England have detected acoustic oscillations of one of the oldest known clusters of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy, around 13 billion years old.

Using data from NASA’s Kepler missions, the researchers studied these oscillations which are caused by the sound trapped inside the stars.

They suggested that this ‘stellar music’ may help determine stars’ mass and age.

Source: Inshorts