Supernova Unlike Any Seen Before Illuminates Deaths of Earliest Stars

Scientists have discovered the most massive star ever destroyed by a supernova – SN 2016iet, which occurred in a dwarf galaxy located 900 million light-years away. It is noteworthy because it represents what supernova events of the largest stars would look like, even the earliest stars in the universe.

Source: Supernova Unlike Any Seen Before Illuminates Deaths of Earliest Stars | Digital Trends

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