en-A telescope captured the explosion of a supernova

Credit: NASA/CXC/M. Weiss
Credit: NASA/CXC/M. Weiss

Breaking news! Several Australian astronomers have captured a star 100 times larger than the exploding Sun! As they reported, as the star began to die, there was an explosion of light followed by a shock wave passing through the star.

"This is the first time anyone has had such a detailed look at a complete shock cooling curve in any supernova. We are particularly interested in how the brightness of light changes in time before the explosion." says Australian National University astronomer Patrick Armstrong in an interview.

Armstrong also said that most telescopes cannot capture this phenomenon, but the telescope they used could be NASA's Kepler telescope. Researchers, astronomers and scientists are trying to see all the images so they can draw conclusions and discover possible sub-phenomena, so far they said it is a kind of rare yellow supergiant star.

Stars are responsible for creating most objects in our universe, which is why they are so special, and supernovae are the biggest explosions humans have ever seen.

We hope that researchers and scientists, astronomers and astrophysicists will discover as much as possible and we wish them and all those who contributed to the mission success, as well as NASA for the telescope.

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