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Astronomers Find Giant Hole in Space Flanked By Star-Forming Clouds

by Ryan Whitwam

A pair of molecular clouds known as Taurus and Perseus are famous among astronomers. These star-forming regions are just 400 and 1,000 light-years from Earth, respectively, offering a glimpse of how stars come to be in the galaxy. Now we know a bit more about the origin of these clouds thanks to the ESA’s Gaia spacecraft. Using the…

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