Remnants of Ancient Earth-Like World Seen Being Eaten by a Star  ScienceAlertView Full coverage on Google News
The main sequence life of a star like the Sun may not end in a supernova like the most massive stars out there, but it will not be a quiet affair.What a way to go.

Remnants of Ancient Earth-Like World Seen Being Eaten by a Star : ScienceAlert

Astronomers discovered two ancient white dwarf stars in the Milky Way galaxy. They're surrounded by planetary debris, and one of these solar systems is quite different from ours.A galactic enigma.

Scientists discover mysterious solar system remains in deep space | Mashable

A new study puts an age to a faint white dwarf star of over ten billion years Engulfed remains of recently orbiting planetesimals make this the oldest dead star with an evolved planetary system Provides insight into the formation and evolution of asteroids, icy moons, and Earth-like rocky plan

Astronomers Discover Oldest Planetary Debris in Our Galaxy – Remnants of Destroyed Solar System

Astronomers Discover Oldest Planetary Debris in Our Galaxy – Remnants of Destroyed Solar System

A new study shows that planets remarkably similar in composition to Earth were forming and dying billions of years before the sun was born.The find provides further evidence that rocky planets were able to form in abundance in the distant past.

Remnants of oldest known solar system discovered 90 light-years from Earth | Space

Planets have been born, lived and died long before Earth even existed. Now astronomers have detected the ruins of ancient planets around two unusual white dwarf stars, including an Earth-like world that existed almost 10 billion years ago.It’s easy to forget our place in the universe, but planets have been born, lived and died long before Earth even existed. Now astronomers have detected the ruins of ancient planets around two unusual white dwarf stars, including an Earth-like world that existed almost 10 billion years ago.

10-billion-year-old ruins of Earth-like planet found around nearby star