Peculiar binary star eclipse

Date:14 April 2010 Tags:

Astronomers have for the first time imaged a peculiar binary star eclipse that happens once every 27 years by using the Michigan Infrared Combiner (MIRC), an instrument created at the University of Michigan. Check it out…

Credit: U-M News Service

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