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 NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has discovered an enormous asteroid belt orbiting another star, containing 25 times as much material as the belt in our Solar System. If we had an asteroid belt this thick, it would light up the night sky in a bright band. Once confirmed, this will be the first asteroid belt found orbiting a star similar to our own Sun. Another possibility is that Spitzer is seeing a Pluto-sized comet which has been orbiting the star for many years and has left a bright trail of particles.


 Dobro, to nije bas toliko velik pojas, ali je jako vazno otkrice jer je prvopronadjeni pojas oko druge zvezde
iako nije dobro precizirano, ta pojas nema vise od 2-3 mase meseca u ukupnoj masi
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