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what is the red object near hr 2007?

Re: what is the red object near hr 2007?

Postby kakucis » Sun Aug 08, 2010 6:28 am

What most individuals close to been saying is the fact that this really is possibly a nebula or perhaps a cluster of stars, i for 1 dont think that's possibly but possibly it may be a star with its satellites orbiting close to it.No 1 for certain can tell you what this really is, i myself discovered this a few discovered this a few of weeks ago and contacted a member from the university of arizona astronomy department and so far no response, so possibly the individual havent study the e-mail or it was study by them but a correct solution cant be provided at this time.
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