For the first time, astronomers capture explosive, 'very violent' death of a giant star

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For the first time, astronomers capture explosive, 'very violent' death of a giant star

Published Friday 14 January 2022

While supernovas have been seen by humans before, they've only ever been detected after the explosion – until now.

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