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Interstellar
Separate B, V, and I ratio images taken with Hubble's Advanced Camera for Surveys support the notion that the inner warp surrounding the nearby star Beta Pictoris is a secondary dust disk, distinct from the main outer dust disk and inclined from it by roughly 4 to 5 degrees. Credit: NASA, ESA and D. Golimowski (Johns Hopkins University)
01/14/09

 



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