Missing Stars from Globular Clusters
New Hubble observations discover a new mystery around globular clusters. The previous theory worked well in terms of formation of globular clusters and their ability to eject stars in nearby galaxies, as in case of the Milky Way. That is an explanation why the Milky Way contains many younger stars. Astronomers previously speculated that these younger stars come from globular clusters orbiting around the Milky Way. However, the new evidence of the Fornax galaxy cluster challenges this theory.