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Supernova G350 Kicks Up Some X-Ray Dust - Universe Today
[/caption] Located some 14,700 light years from the Earth toward the center of our galaxy, a newly photographed supernova remnant cataloged as G350.1+0.3 is making astronomers scratch their heads. The star which created this unusual visage is suspected to have blown its top some 600 to 1,200 years ago. Although it would have been as … Continue reading "Supernova G350 Kicks Up Some X-Ray Dust"