Scientists say Invisible ‘galactic lump’ of dark matter with the mass of 10million suns is making nearby stars disappear

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