Scientists first dissect a triple-star system in a galaxy to form its planetary disk

Scientists first dissect a triple-star system in a galaxy to form its planetary disk

Groups of stars can tear their planet-forming disk into smaller pieces, leaving distorted, malformed rings, scientists can find in a breakthrough study.

Solar families like us Orbiting in the same, flat plane as their planets in general. But, as a team of international scientists found in a new study, this is not always the case.

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