Strange ‘Zoo’ Of Dusty Discs Captured Around Newly-Formed Stars 230-550 Light-Years Away

The European Space Observatory (ESO) shared Wednesday an incredible image showcasing weird discs of dust around a bunch of newly-formed stars sitting in the cosmos. The image, taken by the observatory’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile, focuses on the backyard of stars belonging to a class called T Tauri. The members of this group shine with different intensity in the night sky and are just 10 million years old, which is relatively young by cosmic standards.

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