In the outermost reaches of our galaxy known as the halo lies a record breaking brown dwarf that have the purest composition and highest mass yet known.
Scientists have identified a young star that is dimming. According to reports, the young star known as RIK-210, which lies roughly 472 light-years from Earth.
Evidence of first water clouds was discovered in a brown dwarf or a failed star outside the Solar System.
Sometimes it's not the perfection of the cosmos that makes it beautiful, but its failures. Scientists have discovered that brown dwarfs - the dim and failed stars of our universe - posses some stunningly planet-like characteristics, including breathtaking aurora displays.