Scientists discover a piece of the Milky Way’s galactic skeleton

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January 9th, 2013
James Jackson, College of Arts & Sciences

When James Jackson, an astronomer at Boston University, first noticed a dust cloud that curved across the sky in 2010, he saw something serpentine in its skinny shape and called it “Nessie,” after the Loch Ness monster…

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