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Ancient Supernova

Ancient Supernova

Astronomers have found the most ancient and distant supernova-- a star that detonated just 3 billion years after the Big Bang. The new technique they used to find it may reveal many other ancient supernovae. More at New Scientist. Pictured is an image by Jon Morse/NASA that depicts the star Eta Carinae which erupted.

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