Stars may form much faster than expected, new study suggests

A new study by scientists using China’s giant radio telescope has discovered that stars may be born much faster than previously expected.

Chinese astronomers used Spherical telescope with aperture five hundred meters (FAST), the world’s largest radio telescope, to probe the magnetic field inside a molecular cloud called Lynds 1544. Located in TaurusAbout 450 light-years from Earth, Lynds 1544 is a gravitational region because it appears to be right on the verge of birth. star.

https://www.space.com/stars-might-form-faster-than-expected Stars may form much faster than expected, new study suggests

Chris Estrada

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