A new image from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope blows past Hubble again, revealing an iconic supernova in unprecedented detail
NASA's powerful James Webb Space Telescope has once again blown away its predecessor, the Hubble telescope, by capturing a new image of an iconic supernova remnant in the greatest detail yet. Supernova 1987A was first discovered in 1987, as its name suggests. A supergiant star exploded, creating a …
Author: Morgan McFall-Johnsen and Grace Eliza Goodwin
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