Astronomers in Brazil discovered a constellation of newborn stars at the edge of the Milky Way, according to a press release from the Royal Astronomical Society.
Camargo 438 and 439, the new clusters, are part of molecular cloud HRK 81.4-77.8, believed to be 2-million-years-old and is located around 16,000 light-years underneath the galactic disk, quite distant for star formation.
In a press release Camargo said that the discovery shows that the space around the galaxy is a lot less empty than it was assumed.
Camargo said that the new clusters of stars are truly exotic. He said that in a few million years, citizens of planets around the stars will have a majestic view of the outside of the Milky Way, something no human being will probably ever experience.