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    Astronomers using radio telescopes in New Mexico and California have discovered a giant, rotating disk of material around a young, massive star, indicating that very massive stars as well as those closer to the size of the Sun may be circled by disks from which planets are thought to form.
  • Vugis
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    The discovery is important because red dwarfs are thought to be the most common stars in the universe, accounting for roughly 75 percent of all stars. And typically, red dwarfs only have a few.
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  • Mulrajas
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    Look for seven major stars: four in the “bowl” and three in the “handle.” The two stars on the outside of the bowl are called the “pointer” stars. They point to Polaris, a bright star that is also called the North Star because with it you can figure out which way is north. To find north: Find the Big Dipper. Find the pointer stars.
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    Mar 15,  · If you rise before sunrise this week in North America, you may get a glimpse of what some have come to call the "cosmic disco ball" moving across the predawn sky.
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