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#122 Paula Prats#122 of 200 images that have made the IYL Showcase shortlist. We’ll be posting 2 images/day in the run up to the London Showcase (October 23rd) when the final 20 images will be announced and presented as chosen by the showcase jury..http://iylshowcase.tumblr.com/showcaseblog
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#122 Paula Prats

#122 of 200 images that have made the IYL Showcase shortlist. We’ll be posting 2 images/day in the run up to the London Showcase (October 23rd) when the final 20 images will be announced and presented as chosen by the showcase jury..

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Spiral… Star?This image shows the star R Sculptoris through data collected by the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA). The data, which appeared in the academic paper “Unexpectedly large mass loss during the thermal pulse cycle of the red giant R Sculptoris” (Nature, 2012), was the first to discover spiral structure around a red giant star.At a distance of about 1500 light years, the interesting spiral structure might be caused by an as yet unknown companion star orbiting R Sculptoris and disturbing the intervening material.It is not unusual for red giants to exhibit shell-like structures. Red giants undergo periodic (every 10,000 to 50,000 years), but short lived (maybe 200 years or so) explosive helium burning around the stellar core. A thermal pulse leads to material being blown off the surface of the star, which in turn creates a gas-dust shell.-CBImage Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)More InformationLink to Academic Article (choose arXiv for free access/non-subscribers)
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Spiral… Star?

This image shows the star R Sculptoris through data collected by the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA). The data, which appeared in the academic paper “Unexpectedly large mass loss during the thermal pulse cycle of the red giant R Sculptoris” (Nature, 2012), was the first to discover spiral structure around a red giant star.

At a distance of about 1500 light years, the interesting spiral structure might be caused by an as yet unknown companion star orbiting R Sculptoris and disturbing the intervening material.

It is not unusual for red giants to exhibit shell-like structures. Red giants undergo periodic (every 10,000 to 50,000 years), but short lived (maybe 200 years or so) explosive helium burning around the stellar core. A thermal pulse leads to material being blown off the surface of the star, which in turn creates a gas-dust shell.

-CB

Image Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)

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