Scientists believe the closest star cluster to the Sun is being ripped apart by an enormous invisible mass.
Researchers say the area known as the Hyades, a V-shaped cluster of stars through the head of the constellation Taurus, is being gravitationally ripped apart.
The cluster is about 700million years old and located 153 light-years away from Earth at about 60 light-years across.
But the team says it used to have thousands more stars which have mysteriously disappeared.
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Source: Daily Mail