News - Shedding Light on Type Ia Supernovae

News - Shedding Light on Type Ia Supernovae

Recording date: 25/02/2016
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AMNH researchers make a discovery about the chemical composition of Type Ia supernovae, which may aid in the understanding of how these stars explode—and become the “standard candles” by which we measure the distance of far-off galaxies.

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