Two ice giants collided.  They orbited a star similar to the Sun

  • The planets orbit a sun-like star known as ASASSN-21qj
  • An international research group was established to monitor this unusual phenomenon after an amateur astronomer noticed the sudden behavior of the light emanating from the star.
  • It would be great to see more developments. Eventually, the material ejected as a result of the collision may begin to condense and form a cluster of moons orbiting the newly formed planet, the professor says. Zoe Lenhart, study co-author.

Scientists from the University of Bristol and colleagues elsewhere have described what may be the first-ever observation of the effects of a collision between two ice giants.

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