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Flashing Star Spied By Hubble | Time-Lapse Video

Every 25.3 days, like clockwork, a protostar, named LRLL 54361, unleashes bursts of light, which spread through gas and dust surrounding it. Astronomers believe the pulses are caused by interactions between 2 newly formed stars.
credit : ESA / Hubble
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