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'Buckyballs' Solve Century-Old Mystery About Interstellar Space
Scientists have long wondered what's in the wispy cloud of gas floating in the space between the stars, absorbing starlight. Turns out it's a form of carbon named after architect Buckminster Fuller.
Posted on: Thursday, Jul 16, 2015, 10:42am
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