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Telescopes Probe Birth Of Stars And The Universe

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Telescopes Probe Birth Of Stars And The Universe

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Telescopes Probe Birth Of Stars And The Universe

Telescopes Probe Birth Of Stars And The Universe

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NASA scientists Paul Goldsmith and Charles Lawrence discuss the space telescopes Herschel and Planck, which the European Space Agency launched last month. Herschel will investigate star and galaxy formation, and Planck will observe the residual glow of the newborn universe.

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