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University of Michigan: Don't Go Chasing (Gas) Waterfalls--Unless You're an Astronomer Studying Planet Formation
October 17, 2019
ANN ARBOR, Michigan, Oct. 17 [TNSscientificresearch] -- The University of Michigan issued the following news release:

When planets form, they cut wide swaths through gas and other matter that collect around a newly formed star. Now, a University of Michigan study has found that gas from the upper reaches of the protoplanetary disk flows in to fill these gaps.

This delivers a molecule-rich gas to the atmosphere of the young planet.

A protoplanetary disk--a c . . .

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