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HAZMAT usually describes substances that pose a risk to the environment, or even to life itself. Imagine it being applied to entire planets, where violent flares from the star they orbit may make worlds uninhabitable by affecting their atmospheres. We're identifying planets that orbit stars at safe enough distances to support human life...and the planets that don’t make the cut. Learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2q3gwms

Superflares From Young Red Dwarf Stars Imperil Planets | NASA

Superflares From Young Red Dwarf Stars Imperil Planets | NASA

Stellar flares from red dwarfs are particularly bright in ultraviolet wavelengths, compared with Sun-like stars
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This glittering ball of stars is a globular cluster lying toward the center of the Large Magellanic Cloud — one of our closest cosmic neighbors. It hosts an extremely rich population of star clusters making it an ideal laboratory for investigating star formation. These clusters captured by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope are some of the oldest known objects in the universe. Dive in: https://go.nasa.gov/2q2WVCH

Hubble Spies Glittering Star Cluster in Nearby Galaxy | NASA

Hubble Spies Glittering Star Cluster in Nearby Galaxy | NASA

This glittering ball of stars is the globular cluster NGC 1898, which lies toward the center of the Large Magellanic Cloud.
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