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Triple-star system's strange antics entrance

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Scientists have combined modern spacecraft data with vintage observations to piece together a 125-year-long story of the antics of a nearby triple-star system dubbed HS Hydra — and predict its future.

When the first of those observations were made, in 1893, HS Hydra was just another star twinkling in the heavens. Now, it's a strange, dynamic system — and one that may have a few more surprises in store.

Astronomers may soon unearth those surprises, thanks to NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS).

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"unearth those surprises"   :lol:   This is an interesting article in spite of the poor wording.

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