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Have you ever experienced a growth spurt? Three times within a year or so, you need new T-shirts or new shoes, just because you’re growing
Do you see the large ‘hole’ in this ALMA image? It looks as if someone cut a circular hole in a blue veil, with a
If you don’t clean your room, dust will settle everywhere. The same is true for space. Young stars are surrounded by flat disks of gas
Your eyes are connected to your brain through thick bundles of nerve cells. These optic nerves transfer the signals from your two retinas to your
ALMA is located in the Atacama Desert. When thinking about a desert, you probably imagine a vast, boring stretch of hot sand, with the occasional
You live on a planet, called Earth. Together with seven other planets, Earth circles around the Sun. As far as we know, Earth is the