A survey of planetary nebulae near the Milky Way’s central bulge has revealed that they tend to be aligned with each other.


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A survey of planetary nebulae near the Milky Way’s central bulge has revealed that they tend to be aligned with each other.

This discovery is unexpected and suggests that the influence of the bulge, probably its magnetic field, is far greater than predicted.

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