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Missing carbon monoxide in planetary nurseries could be frozen in ice

Submit on Wednesday, September 7th, 2022 23:12

A new astrophysical model confirmed by ALMA observations suggests that carbon monoxide missing from planetary nebulas could be frozen as undetectable ice.

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