Supernovae Blowing Superbubbles in the Small Magellanic Cloud - Universe Today
At a distance of only 200,000 light years, the Small Magellanic Cloud is one of the Milky Way’s closest galactic neighbours. Thanks to its brutal treatment by our galaxy’s gravity, the galaxy has massive regions of active star formation, and regular supernova explosions. Astronomers studied the region with the Chandra X-Ray Observatory, and saw superbubbles … Continue reading "Supernovae Blowing Superbubbles in the Small Magellanic Cloud"
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