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June 19, 2002
A Sun-like star just out of infancy has winked at astronomers, indicating its eclipse by cosmic dust...
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A Sun-like star just out of infancy has winked at astronomers, indicating its eclipse by cosmic dust.....
A Sun-like star just out of infancy has winked at astronomers, indicating its eclipse by cosmic dust and rocks, the stuff of which planets like Earth could possibly form, scientists reported June 19, 2002. The star, located in the Unicorn constellation about 2,400 light-years from Earth, disappeared from view for regular periods of about 48 days over the past six years. Image shows an illustration of a possible model of what this eclipse may look like.
(Credit : REUTERS/HO/Geoffrey Bryden/NRC Research Associate/Jet Propulsion Lab)
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