The Strange Case of Supernova SN2008ha - Universe Today
[/caption] Almost immediately after it was discovered last November by 14-year-old Caroline Moore of the Puckett Observatory Supernova Search Team, professional astronomers knew supernova SN2008ha was a strange one. The spectra of the blast showed no signs of hydrogen, which meant it must be a Type Ia supernova caused by the explosion of a white … Continue reading "The Strange Case of Supernova SN2008ha"