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With a brightness up to 250-times fainter than the night sky, these structures are considered to be incredibly challenging to detect – this is because LSB galaxies contain a great deal of hydrogen gas rather than stars. As they are in a region devoid of galaxies and are therefore unable to merge with other structures, they have nothing to kick-start star formation. Instead – and UGC 477 is of no exception – these dim galaxies are mostly comprised of dark matter, making them excellent targets for understanding more about one of the most elusive ‘substances’ in the universe.

Instead, it seems plausible that tidal forces are to blame. Today, Miranda follows an almost circular orbit, but in its past its orbit was in a ‘resonant’ relationship with larger moon Umbriel. This brought the two moons into frequent alignments that pulled Miranda’s orbit into an elongated ellipse that experienced extreme tidal forces. Pushed, pulled and heated from within, its surface fragmented and rearranged itself before the moons moved again and Miranda’s activity subsided. 4 x 1019lb) Diameter: 396km (246mi) Parent planet: Saturn Discovered: 1789, William Herschel Pan and Atlas), and with a diameter of just 396 kilometres (246 miles), it’s the smallest object in the Solar System known to have pulled itself into a spherical shape from its own gravity.

Indeed, so wellknown is the power of photons that they were even used to balance the Kepler Space Telescope. Here though, the idea begins to sound like it has been ripped from the pages of a science-fiction novel (there is mention of something similar in David Brin’s 2012 book, Existence). The problem with relying on the Sun to produce the required force to propel the StarChip to one fifth of the speed of light is that our star isn’t forceful enough to do this. So the Starshot scientists are looking to use a powerful laser beam instead.

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