Speedy white dwarf may have survived a rare type of supernova
Heading for a cosmic explosionRussell KightleyBy Summer AshA supernova doesn’t always spell destruction. A white dwarf star racing through our galaxy may be the first remnant we’ve seen of a rare, weak type of supernova. Discovered in 2013, type Iax supernovae are dimmer than their more powerful type Ia relatives, which are so reliably bright that...
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