Green Bank scientists discover hydrogen “super-bubble” exploding from Milky Way

Green Bank, WV – Astronomers at Green Bank have discovered a huge bubble of hydrogen gas rising 10,000 light-years above the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy. It’s a discovery that could not have been made anywhere except Green Bank, WV. Jay Lockman talks with us about what it means.

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