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4:54 PM
@MonicaCellio What do you think of the revisions?
 
 
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5:55 PM
@HDE226868 sorry I didn't respond earlier. (Travel.) The revision looks great! Also, nice picture. Ship it. :-)
 
@MonicaCellio Great! Done.
 
posted on July 21, 2019 by Graham Doskoch

The Taurus Molecular Cloud, seen here by the APEX telescope, provides a nice birthplace for our young star. Image credit: ESO/APEX (MPIfR/ESO/OSO)/A. Hacar et al./Digitized Sky Survey 2, CC BY 3.0.I like thinking about astronomical objects in universes like our own, but with a twist. For instance, in a universe with a lot of dark matter, how soon after the Big Bang can stars form? Or consider

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7:27 PM
@HDE226868 don't forget the community event (if you haven't done that already).
 
@MonicaCellio Yes, I started that. I scheduled it to start at 20:00 UTC today, and end seven days later.
 
@HDE226868 ok cool. I didn't see it but I know that stuff's heavily cached, so just wanted to check.
 

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