Infrared Astronomy, Star Formation, Stellar Evolution
22 Nov , 2011 by Tammy Plotner
[/caption] Around 1957 light years away, a dense molecular cloud resides beside an OB star cluster locked in a massive HII region. The hydrogen envelope is slowly beginning to billow out and separate itself from the molecular gas, but we’re not able to get a clear picture of the situation thanks to interfering dust. However, […]
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