Dec 18, 2015

Hubble Captures Image of First-Ever Predicted Exploding Star

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Star = Blown.

Mind = Blown.

Astronomer witness the first-ever predicted supernova explosion. The event will allow scientists to test their models of dark matter distribution within the galaxy.

Earlier this week, the Hubble Space Telescope captured an image of the first-ever predicted supernova explosion.

Supernovae are the most powerful and energetic events in the known universe. They occur when supermassive stars become unstable and, as a result, under go a catastrophic explosion that ejects most of the star’s mass—shooting it out into space as near light speed.

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