Newly-Discovered Stellar Nurseries in the Milky Way - Universe Today
[/caption] Our Milky Way churns out about seven new stars per year on average. More massive stars are formed in what’s called H II regions, so-named because the gas present in these stellar nurseries is ionized by the radiation of the young, massive stars forming there. Recently-discovered regions in the Milky Way that are nurseries … Continue reading "Newly-Discovered Stellar Nurseries in the Milky Way"