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NuSTAR Observations of 1987A Might Unveil Secrets of Stellar Death

1987A Explosion, Observed by NuSTAR Reveals Mysteries of Stellar Death

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Recent observations of a newly exploded star called the 1987A by NuSTAR has supported some of the primary theories about the inner workings of the supernovae. With the latest observations at NuSTAR, 1987A is again proving to be a useful ...

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Universe Not Expanding Rapidly As Previously Thought

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The team of astronomers has indicated that the speed of the expansion of the universe is not as rapid as it used to be. The University of Arizona-led team found through the study regarding the more diversity of supernovae or ...

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