NASA’s Hubble Telescope captured a picture of a star separated with Supernova

NASA has said that 17 years ago astronomers had recorded the incident of dispersing 40 million light years away from a supernovae in the stork constellation of the NGC 7424 galaxy.

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NASA’s Hubble Telescope captured a picture of a star separated with Supernova, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA, Galaxy, Galaxy

WASHINGTON: NASA ‘s Hubble Space Telescope took the first picture of a star that went out with Supernova. This gives the idea of ​​arranging two supernova arrangements for two stars. Supernova is a celestial phenomenon that occurs during the development of a large star. NASA has said that 17 years ago astronomers had recorded the incident of dispersing 40 million light years away from a supernovae in the stork constellation of the NGC 7424 galaxy. The photo gets a staining view of the star with the SN 2001 Ig supernova.

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