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Powerful ancient explosions explain new class of supernovae

Powerful ancient explosions explain new class of supernovae

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An image of supernova explosion AT2018cow and its host galaxy, CGCG 137-068, which is located some 200 million light years away. The image was obtained on ...

An image of supernova explosion AT2018cow and its host galaxy, CGCG 137-068, which is located some 200 million light years away. The image was obtained on ...

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Supernovae remnants

The synthesis of the heavy elements is thought to occur in supernovae, that being the only mechanism which presents itself to explain the observed ...

New Simulations Explore Supernova Explosions and Universe Evolution (Video)

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2,000-Year-Old Supernova Mystery Solved By NASA Telescopes

SN Antikythera, SN Eleanor and SN Alexander at galaxy cluster RXC J0949.8+1707.

Hardy star survives supernova blast

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Century-Old 'Mini-Supernova' Captured in Gorgeous NASA Photo

Explosions of universe's first stars spewed powerful jets

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Mini-Supernovas Discovered | Space

6.4 billion years ago, a dying star finally exploded as a huge supernova, releasing energy as gamma rays in a violent reaction.

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Type Ia supernovae, which occur when burnt-out stars called white dwarfs detonate, have been used for years to help measure the distances to galaxies and ...

Astronomers developed a mosaic of the distant universe, called the Hubble Legacy Field, that

Supernova SN 2014J Explodes

Supernova SN 2014J in Three Different Exposures

One theory of this new exploding system is that a white dwarf steals helium from a companion until the mass thief becomes very hot and dense and a nuclear ...

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Hubble finds supernova star system linked to potential “zombie star”

Illustration of a supernovae

An artist's impression of supernova 1987A

Supernova 1987A

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Oldest supernova EVER DETECTED found by UK scientists in GROUNDBREAKING discovery

Closest, brightest supernova in decades is also a little weird

Supernova SN 1987A is one of the brightest stellar explosions since the invention of the telescope more than 400 years ago. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA.

What Is a Supernova?

Image: Supernova remnant

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The Universe's First Supernovae May Have Been Powerful, Asymmetric Jets

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Gone in a flash: supernova burns up in just 25 days

This image composite shows the search for the supernova, nicknamed Refsdal, using the NASA

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View image of Gamma-ray bursts (illustration) are the brightest explosions in the Universe

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Supernova remnant SNR 0454-67.2 is likely the result of a Type Ia supernova explosion.

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Time evolution of the radioactive 56Ni in the ejecta of a 3D simulation of a neutrino-driven supernova explosion. The images show the non-spherical ...

This nebula is the product of a supernova explosion;

G299, a Type Ia supernova.

Explosion in the stellar interior

Hubble captures first image of surviving companion to a supernova

Supernova art

Powerful ancient explosions explain new class of supernovae | THE CLOVER PINBOARD VI | Espacio, Universo, Naturaleza

A nova should not be confused with a supernova, which is a different kind of an event. Years ago it was believed that a supernova was a type of very bright ...

a supernova like this one may have caused a mass extinction

Type 1a supernova

This artist's illustration shows Supernova 1987A, based on real data with the cold, inner

New research shows that some old stars known as white dwarfs might be held up by

Supernova light curve

Astronomers hoping to spot “first-generation” supernovae explosions from the oldest and most distant stars in our universe should look out for the colour ...

A knot in the central ring of Supernova 1987A, as observed by the Hubble Space

Milky Way's First-of-Its-Kind Nest of Massive Stars --"Poised for Most Powerful Explosion Since Big Bang" | The Daily Galaxy

... luminous transient is a supernova unlike any other. I occurs when a star has sloughed off a shell of material (red in 1) and then later explodes (2).

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The remains of supernova explosion known as Cassiopeia ANASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope / AP

This violent death of a large star creates silica - the chemical which is found in

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February 24, 2007 marks the 20th anniversary of one of the most spectacular events observed by astronomers in modern times, Supernova 1987A.

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Finding Exploding Stars

A Super-Duper Supernova

A mystery that began nearly 2,000 years ago, when Chinese astronomers witnessed what would turn out to be an exploding star in the sky, has been solved. New ...

A section of the Veil Nebula captured by the Hubble space telescope

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Super Giant Blue Star Supernova Explosion

Conference: Type Ia Supernovae: progenitors, explosions, and cosmology, 2014

Supernova Type Ia by Mass Transfer

five images showing the sequence of a supernova

The cosmic event AT2018cow, seen through powerful telescopes

Scientists can find distances to galaxies by studying the dimness of Type Ia supernovae, which give off a standard amount of light.