1. South Africa: Two NWU Astronomers Part of Star-Studded Team Focusing On Previously Unknown Star Bursts  AllAfrica.com
  2. SA part of global team tracking 'entirely new' star bursts  TimesLIVE
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Two astronomers from North West University (NWU) are part of a star-studded research team from 15 countries that has observed star bursts - or growth spurts - previously unknown to humankind, providing a rare glimpse into how high-mass stars grow even larger.Two astronomers from North West University (NWU) are part of a star-studded research team from 15 countries that has observed star bursts - or growth spurts - previously unknown to humankind, providing a rare glimpse into how high-mass stars grow even larger.

South Africa: Two NWU Astronomers Part of Star-Studded Team Focusing On Previously Unknown Star Bursts - allAfrica.com

Two astronomers from the North-West University (NWU) are part of a 15-country research team that has observed star bursts – or growth spurts – previously unknown to humankind.Two astronomers from the North-West University (NWU) are part of a 15-country research team that has observed star bursts – or growth spurts – previously unknown to humankind.

SA part of global team tracking 'entirely new' star bursts