"Particles ranging in size from tens of nanometers to tens of micrometers, called dust particles, are one of the most common components of the Universe. Our knowledge suggests that the dust that is observed in the Universe and the solar system did not form immediately after the Big Bang. Modern cosmic dust is a product of the evolution of the Universe, particularly the supernova explosions..." – By Alexander V. Zakharov
"White dwarf exoplanetary systems provide windows into composition, physical processes, and minor planets (asteroids, comets, moons, and interior fragments of larger planets) that are unavailable in main-sequence investigations. Almost every known exoplanet orbits a star that will become a white dwarf, and these exoplanets will either survive or be destroyed throughout the stellar transformation. ..." – By Dimitri Veras
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