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*Discovery of a new type of star formation
Astronomers have discovered a new way to produce stars.
Researchers have found that can form in the powerful outflows generated by supermassive black holes meaning that black holes don’t just destroy stars –they can also create new ones.
*Pillars of destruction in the carina nebulae
Spectacular new observations of vast pillar-like structures within the Carina Nebula providing new insights into how ephemeral these giant structures really are.
Electric sands discovered on Titan
Sands on the Saturnian moon Titan are highly electrically charged. The findings help explain unusual features seen in Titan’s landscape.
NASA's Juno spacecraft completes its fifth Jupiter flyby
NASA's Juno spacecraft has successfully completed its fifth close flyby of the Jovian atmosphere. Mission managers say all of the probes camera’s and its eight science instruments were operational during the close encounter – gathering information about the gas giant’s cloud structure, gravitational and magnetic fields and auroral activity.
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