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A vast cloud of methyl alcohol, spanning some 463 billion kilometres and wrapped around a stellar nursery could help astronomers explain the formation of some of the most massive stars in our galaxy. Lisa Harvey-Smith revealed details of the observations at the Royal Astronomical Society’s National Astronomy Meeting on 4th April.

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David Bradley turns the spotlight on the astronomical revelations in this month’s Spotlight physical sciences webzine

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