The object seems to be sitting right between the two stars of Spica, but it doesn’t influence the stars in any way whatsoever. The thing appeared out of nowhere, and it’s five times the size of the Sun. It emits a very strong blue light, but it’s completely invisible in the infrared spectrum. It just doesn’t make any sense. And it’s Julia’s.
Julia’s Star is an unknown object in the binary star system of Spica, in the constellation of Virgo. Its nature is still unclear, but there is a consensus that it exists in a Lagrange Point between the Primary and Secondary stars of the system. The object is popular known as Julia’s Star due to the … Continue reading Julia’s Star