We're still trying to understand the mechanics that allow a star to self-destruct.
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Enlarge/ A multi-wavelength image of the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant. 12 with 11 posters participating Supernovae happen. We've witnessed enough of them that we're pretty sure of that. Why they … [+5579 chars]

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