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Supernova Nearly Blew Our Solar System 4 Billion Years Ago

A nearby supernova, a massive explosion in space, might have wrecked our solar system. Luckily, our sun was protected by a shield of molecular gas. Scientists came to this discovery by examining isotopes, which are different forms of elements,...

Webb Telescope Studied Green Giant’s Massive Cosmic Explosion

A stunning picture from a space telescope called the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has been released. The picture shows a huge cloud of debris that was made by the explosion of a star, which is called a supernova. The...

Massive Star About to Go Supernova Caught by Webb Telescope

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has made an extraordinary observation of a Wolf-Rayet star, WR 124, which is one of the most luminous, massive, and short-lived stars known to man. Webb Telescope caught the massive star about to go Supernova....

Scientists Watch Red Giant Star Explode in Real Time–an Astronomy First

Scientists on Thursday published research related to a red giant star explosion they witnessed in real-time-- a first for the history of astronomy. When a star reaches the end of its lifecycle, it explodes and "goes supernova," releasing a burst...