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BTN BTN LiveBIG: Ohio State astronomers track a ‘super’ spectacle in space

Discussion in 'News' started by BTN.com staff, Jan 31, 2016.

  1. BTN LiveBIG: Ohio State astronomers track a ‘super’ spectacle in space
    BTN.com staff via Big Ten Network

    It was a discovery of epic proportions — so much so that the people who saw it had to pull examples from science fiction in order to describe it. Ohio State astronomy professor Krzysztof Stanek and his colleagues were recently the first to observe what could be the largest supernova ever viewed from Earth. To illustrate the significance of this possible exploding star, Stanek turns to — what else? — a “Star Wars” reference. “The Death Star can destroy a planet in one second,” he said of the Empire’s ultimate weapon. “This supernova is like a million Death Stars. If[​IMG]

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