These stars surround each other, and the disk of dust is torn apart in different directions. The researchers believe that there is enough material around these stars to form 30 earths. < / P > < p > the study, published in the journal Science, does provide researchers with any conclusive evidence of a Tatooine like world, but it does offer a possibility. Is there a planet lurking in the dust and debris? As the scientists explained in the paper, the three stars were discovered with the help of Atacama’s large millimeter / submillimeter wave array using the very large telescope of the European Southern Observatory. What the researchers found was evidence that the three-star system was tearing apart a disk of dust and material that would normally form planets and moons. < / P > < p > typically, when a star forms, it attracts nearby material – or sometimes it’s already waiting in orbit around the star, depending on where it’s formed. Over time, the material precipitates into an accretion disk, where it gathers into larger and larger spheres. These spheres sometimes collide with each other, while other smaller chunks form satellites and end up trapped in the orbit of larger bodies. < / P > < p > in this case, the accretion disk itself has a large amount of material that can be used to make planets. The researchers believe there are as much as 30 pieces of earth mass dust and debris spinning around the three stars, and the stars themselves are twisting and spinning each other. Simulation studies suggest that it is possible that the orbits of the stars are enough to throw dust into the chaos observed by the researchers. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities