13 January 2010
Posted by Ryan Anderson
Astronomers have discovered dust due to colliding planets around a star 500 light years away, and they don’t know what it’s made of! To learn more, read my article over at Universe Today.
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Love the Universe today format.
dommmmmm they crash each other :I 😡
o.0 search me im tayeo in woozworld and sweetgirl150!!!
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Ryan Anderson, Planetary Geologist; USGS; Flagstaff, AZ
Michael Battalio, Atmospheric Scientist; Texas A&M University; College Station, TX
Lauren Edgar, Planetary Geologist; USGS; Flagstaff, AZ
Christopher Edwards, Planetary Geologist; Northern Arizona University; Flagstaff, AZ
Abigail Fraeman, Planetary Geologist; NASA/JPL; Pasadena, CA
Scott Guzewich, Atmospheric Scientist; NASA/GSFC; Greenbelt, MD
Ken Herkenhoff, Planetary Geologist; USGS; Flagstaff, AZ
Rachel Kronyak, Planetary Geologist; University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN
Michelle Minitti, Planetary Geologist; Framework;
Silver Spring, MD
Mark Salvatore, Planetary Geologist; University of Michigan; Dearborn, MI
Roger Wiens, Geochemist; LANL; Los Alamos, NM