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Ring of star's dust created by trillions of comet collisions

Leuven - About 25 light-years away, there is a relatively youthful star named Fomalhaut that is twice the size of our sun and projects a ring of dust around it. Scientists have concluded that the dusty disc is formed by thousands of comet collisions each day.
In the Media by Andrew Moran
 

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The star Fomalhaut and the belt of dust surrounding it  as seen in the far-infrared by the Herschel ...
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The star Fomalhaut and the belt of dust surrounding it, as seen in the far-infrared by the Herschel Space Observatory. The ring of dust is created by the collision of thousands of comets every day.
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