Polluted dwarf star could hold the key to the origin of water on Earth

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Astronomers have discovered a white dwarf star with a polluted atmosphere that may shed light on where the water on Earth comes from and how much water there is outside our own solar system.
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StatusPublished - 7 May 2015

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