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It was the year 2000 and scientists had never seen anything like it: astronomers reported evidence of “superflares” on distant stars – solar outbursts many thousands of times more energetic than typical solar flares.   As researchers observed over subsequent studies, these intense eruptions were more common on young, rapidly rotating stars, and on stars
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A colossal magnetic field stretching between two clusters of galaxies has been observed for the first time. Roughly a billion light-years away, the ‘bridge’ of radio-emitting plasma spans 10 million light-years, following a filament in the mysterious cosmic web that connects the Universe.   The space between clusters of galaxies isn’t completely dark and empty.