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Astronomers Have Taken An Actual Picture Of Planets Forming And It’s Incredible

Astronomers Have Taken An Actual Picture Of Planets Forming And It’s Incredible

Планетная система альфы Центавра глазами художника

Планетная система альфы Центавра глазами художника

June 14, 2013 Alien Planet Discovery a Puzzle --Accepted Theory Says "It Can't Exist" A team of researchers has discovered evidence that an extrasolar planet may be forming quite far from its star—- about twice the distance Pluto is from our Sun. Planet formation far away from a small parent star is at odds with the conventional planet-making dogma.

June 14, 2013 Alien Planet Discovery a Puzzle --Accepted Theory Says "It Can't Exist" A team of researchers has discovered evidence that an extrasolar planet may be forming quite far from its star—- about twice the distance Pluto is from our Sun. Planet formation far away from a small parent star is at odds with the conventional planet-making dogma.

Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope have observed the growth of a young star and its planets. The HD142527 system is located about 450 light-years from Earth. An artist's conception of HD142527 system is pictured above.

Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope have observed the growth of a young star and its planets. The HD142527 system is located about 450 light-years from Earth. An artist's conception of HD142527 system is pictured above.

<p>The Undulatus Asperatus is the newest cloud type, officially gaining its name in 2009. This is not to say that these wave-like clouds did not exist before 2009, they just were not titled until this time.</p>

Is It a Cloud or a Wave? Nature is Just so Breathtaking! (VIDEO)

<p>The Undulatus Asperatus is the newest cloud type, officially gaining its name in 2009. This is not to say that these wave-like clouds did not exist before 2009, they just were not titled until this time.</p>

Collisions of neutron stars produce powerful gamma-ray bursts – and heavy elements like gold (Image credit: Dana Berry, SkyWorks Digital, Inc.)

Collisions of neutron stars produce powerful gamma-ray bursts – and heavy elements like gold (Image credit: Dana Berry, SkyWorks Digital, Inc.)

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GK Persei became a sensation in the astronomical world in 1901 when it suddenly appeared as one of the brightest stars in the sky for a few days, before gradually fading away in brightness. Today, astronomers cite GK Persei as an example of a “classical nova,” an outburst produced by a thermonuclear explosion on the surface of a white dwarf star, the dense remnant of a Sun-like star. Image via Chandra/NASA

GK Persei became a sensation in the astronomical world in 1901 when it suddenly appeared as one of the brightest stars in the sky for a few days, before gradually fading away in brightness. Today, astronomers cite GK Persei as an example of a “classical nova,” an outburst produced by a thermonuclear explosion on the surface of a white dwarf star, the dense remnant of a Sun-like star. Image via Chandra/NASA

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