Observations catch a supernova three hours after it exploded
Enlarge / The remains of an earlier Type II supernova.NASA reader comments 6 Share this story The skies are full of transient events. If you don't happen to have a telescope pointed at the right place at the right time, you can miss anything from the transit of a planet to the explosion of a star. But thanks to the development of automated survey telescopes,...
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