Threads like this is why I like ATS so much.
I am also very interested in topics like this one.
That video animation was amazing to see.
How do jumbo planets such as Jupiter form? Astronomers may have caught one in a nearby solar system being born, offering an answer.
A pair of dusty filaments stretch more than 7.4 billion miles across the length of the solar system of nearby star HD14252, feeding a young planet's growth in a manner never seen before, report radio astronomers led by Simon Casassus of Chile's Universidad de Chile in Santiago.