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Aug 21, 2019
Stardust in snowflakes? Scientists find rare iron isotope buried in Antarctic snowThe Iron-60 isotope has four more neutrons than the iron found on Earth and originates from star explosions.
Jun 26, 2019
Indian astronomers have found evidence of a supernova explosion in spaceThe explosion should have resulted in a neutron star, pulsar or black hole but no they have no trace of it.
Jun 03, 2019
Scientists find 1,800 supernovae, may help measure the rate the universe expandsA supernova is an exploding star that reached the end of its life and is sometimes brighter than the Sun.
May 30, 2019
Supernova may have led to early humans walking upright, a radical study suggestsThe supernovae reportedly caused an electron-surge in the atmosphere that led to bipedalism in humans.
May 02, 2019
Grain of dead star found in Antarctica will tell us more about the solar systemResearchers have analysed the grain to get more information on the formation of our solar system and Earth.
Mar 21, 2019
NASA's Fermi spots pulsar zipping through space at 4 million kilometres an hourPulsars are super dense, rapidly spinning neutron stars left behind when a massive star explodes.
Dec 01, 2018
Early moments of dying 170 million-year-old supernova seen in amazing detailDays before it ran out of fuel, Kepler picked up on tiny changes in the exploding star's intensity.
Sep 18, 2018
AstroSat's first images capture a supernova that's over 10,000 light-years awayTycho supernova, the remnant of which Astrosat captured, holds a special place in our history.
Mar 28, 2018
NASA's Kepler Space Telescope finally cracks the mystery behind exploding stars called FELTNow, scientists have used Kepler to catch FELTs in the act and determine their nature
Jan 09, 2018
A 5,000 year old carving of what could be a supernova has been unearthed in KashmirThe figure shows two bright objects in the sky with rays of light coming out of them and a hunter spearing an animal below the first object.