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What Caused A Spectacular Supernova In Galaxy M82?
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Spectacular supernova's mysteries revealed

New re by a team of UK and European-based astronomers is helping to solve the mystery of what caused a spectacular supernova in a galaxy 11 million light years away, seen earlier this year. The supernova, a giant explosion of a star and the ... Noodls, 12 hours ago
Spectacular supernovas mysteries revealed Big News Network, 1 week ago

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Supernova Advertising to hold AGM

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Stellar Images: Best of the Month in Space

Clouds of color The destructive results of a mighty supernova explosion reveal themselves in a delicate blend of infrared and X-ray light, as seen in this image released Aug. 24. The picture combines data from ...
 NBCNews.com1 day ago Star Explosion's Beauty Revealed by Space Telescope Photo  Space.com1 week ago Supernova Seen in Two Lights  Scientific Computing1 week ago Star Explosions Beauty Revealed by Space Telescope Photo  Big News Network6 days ago

Dead stars 'can re-ignite' and blow

Astronomers have shown that dead stars known as white dwarfs can re-ignite and explode as supernovas. The discovery appears to solve a mystery surrounding the nature of a particular category of stellar explosions known as Type Ia supernovas. ...
 BBC4 days ago Astronomers Prove That 'White Dwarfs' Can Re-Ignite and Explode  Auto World News3 days ago Two white dwarfs may fuel supernovae  ABC Online6 days ago How to light a cosmic candle [News Feature]  PNAS1 week ago
RIA Novosti

Russian Scientists Confirm Theory Supernova Stars Have Thermonuclear Origin

MOSCOW, August 29 (RIA Novosti) -Astrophysicists from the Moscow-based Space Research Institute (IKI) have confirmed the theory that Type Ia supernova stars emerge as a giant thermonuclear explosion of white dwarfs, in a study published by the ...
 RIA Novosti4 days ago The Birth of the Modern Universe  Planetary Society3 days ago Weird X-Rays: What Happens When Eta Carinae's Massive Stars Get Close?  Universe Today5 days ago Fingerprint From a First-Generation Star?  Universe Today5 days ago

Type Ia supernovas: the zombies of the cosmos

LONDON, Aug. 29 (UPI) -- Because they're fairly frequent (each galaxy hosts one once ever few hundred years), findable and predictable, type 1a supernovae are often called "cosmic mile markers" or "standard candles" by astronomers. A type 1a ...
 UPI3 days ago
National Geographic

Type 1a Supernovae

When I joined Phenomena , Carl Zimmer asked: What obsesses you? One of my obsessions, I answered, is type 1a supernovae. Here we go. How can an astronomical object of such crucial cosmological importance remain so fundamentally mysterious? ...
 National Geographic4 days ago

Supernova Impostors Baffle Astronomers

Even for astronomers, the word impostor has negative connotations. The idea of supernova impostors mucking up their searches for real exploding stars and a significant swath of existing stellar theory is, frankly, unsettling. Yet stellar ...
 Forbes.com5 days ago Betelgeuse May First Erupt As 'Supernova Impostor'  Austin American Statesman5 days ago

Supernova find backs dark energy and universe expansion

Astronomers have long had a dark secret: one of the cornerstones of the Nobel prizewinning discovery that the expansion of the universe is accelerating had never been directly tested. The discovery hinged on the assumption that certain kinds of ...
 New Scientist5 days ago

Supernova Sung-Je joins Army

Supernova member Sung-je entered military boot camp in Nonsan, South Chungcheong Province, on Thursday afternoon. After finishing basic military training for four weeks, he will serve in the military for about two years, working in a special PR ...
 Korea Herald5 days ago
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