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Gareth Samuel: Star Clusters Map the Galaxy Electric | Thunderbolts

Published on 07 Jun 2021 / In How-to & Style

Star clusters are large groups of stars. Globular clusters are tightly bound together and can consist of hundreds of millions of stars. Open clusters are loose groups of a few hundred stars and are mostly found within the spiral arms of the galactic plane.

Contributor and Electric Universe advocate, Gareth Samuel, host of "See the Pattern”, examines how these open star clusters may help us map out large filament structures running along the spiral arms of the Milky Way.

Gareth Samuel | See the Pattern
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