First glances are great. But in space, it pays to take a second look. In this case, researchers took a peek at HR 4796A, a star system astronomers already knew had a ring of dusty debris encircling it. But at 7 billion miles across, that dust ring is a pipsqueak compared to the 150-billion-mile-wide larger dust ring they spotted with Hubble. The outer ring was just described in a paper in The Astronomical Journal.