Scientists Snap a Supernova Shock Wave for the First Time

Using NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, scientists have captured a supernova that radiates the shock wave during its collapse. It is for the first time that they have managed to snap the explosion with visible light. The collapsing star is known as KSN 2011d and is larger too times in its diameter than our Sun.

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