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These Dusty Young Stars Are Changing the Rules of Planet-Building


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Planetary nursery

An artist's impression of a planetary nursery, in which growing planets etch rings in the disk of dust and gas around a young star.

Credit: ESO/L. Calada

Some 100,000 years ago, when Neanderthals still occupied the caves of southern Europe, a star was born.

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