Monthly Archives: August 2013

Cosmic Turbulences in ‘Dead Zones’ Cause Black Holes and Stars to Form, Science World Report

Aug 16, Science World Report: Stars and black holes can form from rotating matter. Yet exactly how they form has long remained one of the big questions of astrophysics. Now, scientists have discovered magnetic fields can cause turbulences within “dead zones,” helping them understand just how compact objects form in the cosmos.

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How Cosmic Turbulence Creates Stars And Black Holes, RedOrbit

Aug 16, Red Orbit: The mechanism by which stars and black holes are formed in extreme cases of high mass density has puzzled astronomers since Johannes Kepler first laid out his laws of planetary motion some 400 years ago.

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