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The Hubble House Telescope captures a supernova because it explodes

The Hubble House Telescope captures a supernova because it explodes

Speak about being in the suitable place on the proper time.

In 2010, Artwork Hubble House Telescope took some pictures of the Abell 370 galaxy cluster. In itself, that is hardly a groundbreaking feat. However a bunch of astronomers who systematically reviewed Hubble’s archival pictures found one thing unimaginable in these pictures: the picture of a child supernova which exploded about 11.5 billion years in the past, taken simply hours after the star died.




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