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Subaru Telescope Sees 1800 Supernovae

3 Jun 2019, 20:56 UTC
Subaru Telescope Sees 1800 Supernovae
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By Evan Gough

Japanese astronomers have captured images of an astonishing 1800 supernovae. 58 of these supernovae are the scientifically-important Type 1a supernovae located 8 billion light years away. Type 1a supernovae are known as ‘standard candles’ in astronomy. The team of astronomers used the Subaru Telescope and one of the world’s most powerful digital cameras to find …
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