CSI Eta Carinae: Clouds suggest odd star’s history of violence
Nathan Smith/UA and NASABy Adam Mann In 1843, the oddball star Eta Carinae briefly became the second brightest in the night sky, erupting like a supernova yet managing to survive. A trail of gas filaments now suggests the star may have had two never-before-suspected prior outbursts occurring around 1550 and 1250 AD. Even in a universe full of weird...
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