ALMA found a candidate in the first embryo of stars in the Taurus cloud

Astronomers using the ALMA radio telescope system found in the molecular cloud Taurus candidate in the first core object that represents the initial phase of the formation of stars due to gravitational collapse. The study of such objects allows to understand the initial settings of the embryos of stars. Articles (1, 2) published in the journal The Astrophysical Journal.

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