Supernova Sweeps Away Rubbish In New Composite Image - Universe Today
Shining 24,000 light-years from Earth is an expanding leftover of a supernova that is doing a great cleanup job in its neighborhood. As this new composite image from NASA reveals, G352.7-0.1 (G352 for short) is more efficient than expected, picking up debris equivalent to about 45 times the mass of the Sun. “A recent study suggests … Continue reading "Supernova Sweeps Away Rubbish In New Composite Image"
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