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04-14-2024
Baby stars release "sneezes" of gas and dust as they develop
Researchers at Kyushu University have elucidated the formative processes of baby stars, offering a fresh perspective on the early stages of star formation. Using the ALMA radio telescope in Chile, the team recently observed intriguing phenomena around these nascent stars. They playfully term these phenomena "sneezes," which involve the protostellar disks surrounding baby stars releasing dust, gas, and electromagnetic energy. The researchers detailed their groundbreaking findings in The Astrophysical Journal. How baby stars are born Stars, including our own Sun, emerge from stellar nurseries—massive conglomerations of...
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