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Submission + - No Longer "Noble," Argon Compound Found In Space 1 1

mbstone writes: Scientists at the University College of London — where argon was originally discovered in 1894 — have now found spectroscopic signatures of molecules of argon hydride (ArH), said to be produced via explosive nucleosynthesis in a core-collapse supernova in the Crab Nebula. The post-supernova molecular dust was observed by the Herschel Space Observatory shortly before it ran out of coolant in April..
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No Longer "Noble," Argon Compound Found In Space

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