All astronomers are receiving to know their neighbors improved. Our Sun lies within a spiral arm of our Milky Way galaxy, about two thirds of the way in the opposite direction to the center. Recently, the satellite Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, NASA has sought a new group of stars close to home: the family coldest brown dwarf star "failed". Now, just when scientists are "finding and greet" the new neighbors, WISE has a surprise in the room: there are many fewer stars brown around us predicted."This result is really enlightening," said Davy Kirkpatrick WISE science team. "Now we're finally exploring the solar neighborhood with infrared vision, small is not as prevalent as we thought." Previous estimates had predicted as many brown dwarfs as stars Typical, but the new initial count WISE shows only six brown dwarf stars. It is the cosmic equivalent to finally be able to see a mysterious gated and found there only a few houses.