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Life is based on carbon chemistry. Without carbon, there would be no plants, animals, or people. Because carbon is so important for biology, all molecules
Stars are born from large clouds of cold gas. It’s called molecular gas, since it is composed not of single atoms, but of molecules like
ALMA has helped to solve a fifteen-year-old astronomical riddle. Observations with the 66-dish observatory have revealed the true nature of a huge mysterious object in
If your ears are good, you can hear very high tones. Children’s ears are usually better than the ears of grown-ups. So you might be
Have you ever noticed that owls have big eyes? That’s because they live at night. During the dark, you need really big eyes to see
ALMA is the highest observatory in the world. The Chajnantor Plateau, where the 66 ALMA antennas are located, is at five kilometers above sea level.