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Space & Astronomy

Supernova leaves glowing embers

January 3, 2010 | Comment icon 7 comments



Image Credit: NASA
A Japanese observatory has discovered glowing embers 10,000 times hotter than the Sun left behind following a supernova.
The embers are still glowing despite the event occuring thousands of years ago, the images caught by the Japanese Suzaku space observatory demonstrate the awesome energy involved in a supernova explosion that happened over 5000 light years away.
The glowing embers left behind by one of the most powerful type of explosions in the Universe have been revealed for the first time. Remnants from giant fireballs unleashed by a supernova are still glowing at temperatures 10,000 times hotter than the Sun thousands of years after the event.


Source: Daily Mail | Comments (7)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by Siara 13 years ago
Embers 10,000 times hotter than our sun left by Still Waters. Holy **** Still Waters, WHAT DID YOU COOK?
Comment icon #2 Posted by thefinalfrontier 13 years ago
The universe is full of mysteries, A super nova is a massive event and they dwarf our star the sun, It truly is mind boggling what is out there on such a massive and powerful scale,
Comment icon #3 Posted by Graveyard Hound 13 years ago
Thanks for sharing. You always seem to have something interesting to read.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Brakzar_Break 13 years ago
Thanks for sharing. You always seem to have something interesting to read. So true!
Comment icon #5 Posted by PotterManiac 13 years ago
amazing!
Comment icon #6 Posted by www375 13 years ago
So true! Nice fascist imagery..............Heil!.........
Comment icon #7 Posted by the rebirth 13 years ago
it sounds like that cosmic soup needs an ice cube... halley's comet should do well


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