Organic dust propelled by starlight

The James Webb Space Telescope captured this spectacular image of concentric angular rings surrounding a giant.

In September, a distant star sparked an online frenzy. Some geeks speculated, "It must be aliens."

According to two new investigations, these cosmic ripples are puffs of biological dust.

The star of the mind-boggling spectacle is known as WR140, and he is, in fact, WR140.

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a pair of stars that circle each other The WR identifies one of the stars as a Wolf-Rayet.

a very unusual form of star that is hundreds of thousands of times brighter and much hotter than the sun on Earth

The other star in the WR140 system is a little less luminous giant star about the size of Wolf Rayet.

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