Two Planetesimals Colliding

Webb explores the Fomalhauts asteroid belt and discovers proof of hidden planets

This artist’s illustration depicts a collision between two icy, dusty our bodies orbiting the intense star Fomalhaut, positioned 25 light-years away. This will likely have precipitated an increasing cloud of very tremendous mud particles. Astronomers utilizing NASA’s James Webb House Telescope have now found three nested particles belts surrounding the younger star. These bands, which…

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Cosmic Cradle: Hubble Discovers Newborn Planets Hidden in Dancing Shadows

Cosmic Cradle: Hubble Discovers New child Planets Hidden in Dancing Shadows

This artists’ idea is predicated on Hubble Area Telescope photos of disks of fuel and dirt across the younger star TW Hydrae. Hubble Area Telescope photos present shadows sweeping throughout the disks surrounding the system. The interpretation is that these shadows originate from barely tilted inside disks that stop starlight from reaching the outer disk,…

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