Date- 11th May 10 Source- http://carnegiescience.edu/multimedia_content 'A newly discovered star outside the Milky Way has yielded important clues about the evolution of our galaxy. Located in the dwarf galaxy Sculptor some 280,000 light-years away, the star has a chemical make-up similar to the Milky Way's oldest stars, supporting theories that our galaxy grew by absorbing dwarf galaxies and other galactic building blocks.' More info- http://carnegiescience.edu/news/old_star_%E2%80%9Cmissing_link%E2%80%9D_galactic_evolution
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