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How James Webb Telescope Will Play a Pivoting Role in Understanding The Deeper Mysteries of The Universe

Home What is cosmic dust? In simple words, cosmic dust is a collection of extremely tiny solid matter particles which drifts around in space, like a few molecules across. On average, around 4,700 metric tons of dust falls onto the Earth every year from the universe. When Sun-like stars collapse and explode as a supernova, the combined garble of elements(like helium, carbon, oxygen, iron and many more) contained within their dense cores are expelled into …

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