Astonishing moments of a dying star explosion in space

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WASHINGTON – The US Space Agency (NASA) has published stunning 3D images of a stellar blast wave close to Earth, taken by NASA’s Hubble telescope and the European Space Agency.
The starburst, called a “supernova” in astronomy, occurred in a constellation close to our planet and destroyed the dying star about 2,600 light-years from Earth.
A supernova is an astronomical event that occurs during the last stages of a huge star’s life, where a massive stellar explosion occurs in which the star throws its envelope into space at the end of its life, and this leads to the formation of a bright and spherical cloud around the star, consisting of plasma, and the energy of the explosion quickly spreads into space and turns into objects Not visible within weeks or months.




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