In space, compounds can brew in the dust and gas of regions such as the Milky Way's galactic center and surrounding zone of active star formation.
Credit: Radio-submillimeter-infrared composite by Adam Ginsburg/Univ. of Colorado at Boulder and courtesy of NRAO, Associated Universities, Inc.
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