Hubble Telescope  of Cosmic Cannibalism

Catches Dead Star in Act

The Hubble Space Telescope

 has spotted evidence of a white dwarf star devouring rocky and icy material from its own system

Suggesting that water

 and other volatiles might be common in the outer reaches of planetary systems.

Astronomers used data from

 the Hubble Telescope and other observatories to analyze the spectral properties of the white dwarf star G238-44.

The elements detected on

 the star's surface show that the dead star is siphoning debris from its system's inner and outer reaches.

Cosmic death dance provides

 a unique opportunity to see what planets were made of when they first formed around the star

And to confirm ideas

about the violent and chaotic end stages of similar systems.

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