Life beyond our galaxy could be really odd: Gas cloud around distant newborn star contains different chemicals to those in our own galaxy



A huge star in a galaxy nearby is shrouded in a mysterious cloud of gas.
This hot and dense cloud of is the first of its kind ever discovered outside our galaxy, a new study has shown.
The cocoon of molecules that surrounds the star contains very different chemicals to those found in our galaxy, new research shows.
It suggests that life beyond our own galaxy - if it exists - could be far odder than we had previously believed possible.
Hot molecular cores are one of the early stages of the birth of high mass stars.
A HOT MOLECULAR CORE Hot molecular cores are one of the early stages of the... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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