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A first-of-its-kind exploding star – thought to have existed only in theory – was recently discovered
Pre-supernova stars may show signs of instability for months before the big explosion
The brightest flash of light in the cosmos could be a rare event involving a star and a supermassive black hole
On 6 November 1572, a supernova in the Cassiopeia constellation was first observed by German astronomer Wolfgang Schuler
Could many supernovae be the result of high-speed, head-on collisions?
Ultraviolet observations may shed new light on exploding stars...
Researchers analyze the elements emitted from an unusual star just before it exploded
Researchers discover a star’s “mini-explosion” taking place just a month...
A day after landing in Israel, Dr. Eran Ofek was already at work uncovering the secrets of a new supernova