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Media Advisory 10-030
We're Talking Quantum to Cosmos

2010-11 Mathematical and Physical Sciences lecture series kicks off November 15

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Artist's conception of star formation.

Artist's conception of W33A showing the accretion disk (yellow/orange), torus (dark ring around disk) and bi-polar outflow jets (blue) within the dense clouds of its stellar nursery.

Credit: Gemini Observatory, artwork by Lynette Cook


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