News - Students Discover Young Supernova

News - Students Discover Young Supernova

Recording date: 18/02/2014
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When a group of astronomy students gathered for a workshop at the University of London Observatory, little did they know they were about to see something extraordinary—a supernova still so young that it hadn’t yet reached peak brightness. Observers around the world quickly trained their telescopes on the exploded star, the closest of its type in more than 40 years.

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