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Science team creates a cosmic cradle to see how stars are born

A Japanese-led international team of researchers has modelled a star’s birthplace and observed the chemical reactions taking place inside. Their work will shed light on how stars form. Click the link Science team creates a cosmic cradle to see how stars are born to read more. This post appeared first on Skymania News. Content is copyright and may not be copied without permission.
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