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|| February 22: 2019: Cardiff University News || ά. Scientists claim to have solved a longstanding mystery as to how cosmic dust, the building blocks of stars and planets, forms across the Universe. Cosmic dust contains tiny fragments or organic material and is spread out across the Universe. The dust is, primarily, formed in stars and is, then, blown off in a slow wind or a massive star explosion.

Up until now, astronomers have had little understanding as to why so much cosmic dust exists in the interstellar medium, with theoretical estimates, suggesting it should be obliterated by supernova explosions. A supernova is an event, that occurs upon the violent death of a star and is one of the most powerful events in the Universe, producing a shockwave, which destroys, almost, anything in its path.

Yet, new research, published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, has observed the survival of cosmic dust around the closest supernova explosion detected, Supernova 1987A. Observations, using NASA’s research aircraft, the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy:SOFIA, has detected cosmic dust in a distinctive set of rings, that form part of Supernova 1987A.

The results seem to suggest that there is rapid growth of cosmic dust within the rings, leading the researchers to believe that dust, may, actually, be re-forming after it is destroyed in the wake of a supernova blast wave. This immediacy, that the post-shock environment, might be, ready to form or re-form dust, had never been considered before and, may be, pivotal in fully understanding how cosmic dust is both created and destroyed.

“We, already, knew about the slow-moving dust in the heart of 1987A.” said Dr Mikako Matsuura, the Lead Author of the Paper from the School of Physics and Astronomy. “It formed from the heavy elements, created in the core of the dead star. But the SOFIA observations tell us something completely new.”

Cosmic dust particles can be heated from tens to hundreds of degrees, causing them to glow at both infrared and millimetre wavelengths. Observations of millimetre-wave dust emission can, generally, be carried out from the ground, using telescopes; however, observations in the infrared are, almost, impossible due to interference from the water and carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere.

By flying above most of the obscuring molecules, SOFIA provides access to portions of the infrared spectrum not available from the ground.’’:::ω.

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