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Young Star's Roiling Gas Cloud Shows Chaotic Magnetic Field


Astronomers have mapped the tangled web woven by the magnetic field of a gas cloud as it births a star. Our own solar system might have looked the same in its earliest days, the researchers said. (Space.com) More More

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