Dark Matter Explanation

More Evidence That Size Doesn’t Matter

z.jpg

Written by Steve Nerlich. Astronomers have managed to peer past obscuring dust clouds to gain their first peek at the gestation of a massive proto-star W33A which is about 12,000 light years away within the Sagittarius constellation. A spokesperson for the research team, who you may not be surprised to learn is British, described the sight as ‘reassuringly familiar, like a nice cup of tea’.

Syndicate content