Comments:Study says young stars 'shoot water bullets'
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I found this recent discovery to be really fasinating as I have always had an interest in the subject of Stars and Planets and their moons
there is no amazement in it as we all know that birth of stars produces water as by product of their formation
Water from stars is news to me. Where did you learn this before 2011?
www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/how-did-water-come-to-earth-72037248 seems to know by 2013, with no works cited.
There is no record of our relatively young sun as an explanation how water got to the planets. Supernovae have been known to expel oxygen, a component. But water was never found in deep space. I'm not 100% sure it's been found!
Please cite one credible space source on this, from any time.
Agreed, the news story is missing some key information.
- What's the name of the "sunlike star" 750 light years from earth where water jets were seen?
- If there's an image detecting the jets, why don't we see that, and not an "artist's illustration" in the 2 articles cited?
- Why is there no record of the scientist (Lars E. Christensen) or the team publishing official findings of the phenomenon in Astronomy & Astrophysics (A&A) as promised in 2011?