On 3 June 2021 ScienceAlert reported:
A huge cluster of stars has been found lurking in the Milky Way, just a relatively short cosmic distance from our own Solar System. Now around 75 million years old, the open cluster Valparaiso 1 is estimated to have contained around 10,000 solar masses' worth of stars when it first blazed into existence. At just 7,000 light-years away, several of its stars are bright enough to be seen through a telescope in your backyard, in a well-explored section of the sky -- although, despite this, it somehow managed to escape our notice until now.
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Its discovery is a boon, astronomers say, as we finally have solid evidence of a massive open cluster of middling age for its star type, revealing that this 'missing link' of open clusters could have simply been evading detection, and quite easily, too.
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