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What happens when a black hole devours a star? Many details remain unknown, but recent observations are providing new clues. In 2014, a powerful explosion was recorded by the ground-based robotic telescopes of the All Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASAS-SN) project, and followed up by instruments including NASA’s Earth-orbiting Swift satellite. 91 more words
Image credit & copyright: NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
Located about 98 million light years away in the constellation Leo (The Lion) is this beautiful Grand Design Spiral Galaxy cataloged as NGC 3370 and it’s shown here in amazing HD thanks to the great orbiting legend in the sky; the Hubble Space Telescope. 314 more words
The title of the Article is, “A Basketball-Player-Sized Asteroid, By Camille M. Carlisle.” The date when the article posted December 5, 2016. The source is,“Sky & Telescope: The Essential Guide to Astronomy.” The other scientists who’re involved in this are Vishnu Reddy and his colleagues from the University of Arizona. 241 more words