Disappearing Stars Confirm Supernova Origins - Universe Today
Artist’s rendering of SN 1993J, where a red supergiant supernova progenitor star (left) is exploding after having transferred about seven solar masses of hydrogen gas to the blue companion star (right). Credit: ESA Astronomers have caught two stars in the disappearing acts that link them to type II supernova events. Type II supernovae are widely … Continue reading "Disappearing Stars Confirm Supernova Origins"