A Whole lotta what: Gamma-ray heartbeat heard; Stars with planets have no chemical fingerprint; ‘Oumuamua not made of molecular hydrogen ice
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Join us today for a lot of unsatisfying news. First, two objects appear to be pulsing in gamma-rays at the same pace, but they’re 100 light-years apart. Next, it turns out that stars with planets look chemically like any other star. And finally, our interstellar visitor, ‘Oumuamua, is NOT made of molecular hydrogen ice.