From: Larry Klaes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jun 18 2001 - 08:49:41 PDT
Cloud Spotted Ready to Burst With Star Formation
Whether in our galaxy or elsewhere, stars are born in clouds of gas
and dust that collapse under their own gravitational force, often after
being disrupted by interactions with other material in a galaxy.
But astronomers say the actual moment of starbirth remains a mystery.
New Signs of Recent Water at Mars
Piles of crater-topped debris snapped by NASA's Mars orbiter and caused
by the teakettle explosion of water through volcanic lava flows at the
planet's equator are the best evidence yet for recent liquid water at the
Red Planet, a team of scientists say.
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