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  • Aug 05, 2021

Hidden Supernova: Stars Are Exploding in Dusty Galaxies – We Just Can’t Always See Them - SciTechDaily

ByAdam Hadhazy, Jet Propulsion LaboratoryAugust 4, 2021 The image shows galaxy Arp 148, captured by NASA’s Spitzer and Hubble telescopes. Specially processed Spitzer data is shown inside the white c… [+6950 chars]

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