Smashing young stars leave dwarfs in their wake
Source: McMaster U. Posted: 6/13/06 Astronomers have discovered that the large disks of gas and dust around young stars will fragment if two young stars pass close to each other and form smaller brown dwarfs stars with disks of their own.
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