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Home > News > Rutgers scientist sees evidence of 'onions' in space

April 24th, 2003

Rutgers scientist sees evidence of 'onions' in space

Abstract:
Scientists may have peeled away another layer of mystery about materials floating in deep space. Tiny multilayered balls called "carbon onions," produced in laboratory studies, appear to have the same light-absorption characteristics as dust particles in the regions between the stars.

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