Astronomers first observed a coronal ejection from a star outside the Solar System.

Scientists have repeatedly observed flares on other stars, but astronomers have not yet observed coronal mass ejections

According to the head of the group of scientists, Costanza Argiroffi, until nowAstronomers weren't sure if coronal mass ejections on other stars would besimilar to the solar.

The study confirms the theory that emissionsplasma - coronal emissions - occur in magnetically active stars. In addition, these emissions can be dangerous to living beings that theoretically live on exoplanets adjacent to stars.

This first-time result confirms the correctness of our understanding of the main processes occurring during outbreaks.

Head of Costanza Argirophy Research

Earlier, HITEC told how the Sun is arranged, why studying coronal emissions is very important for understanding the structure of the Universe, and how science tries to modify ways of studying stars.