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Korean astronomers saw a distant explosion 600 years ago — and we just found the stars that caused it
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In March of 1437, Korean astronomers in Seoul saw what they thought was a new, bright star appear in the night sky. Now, nearly 600 years later, astronomers have figured out what those stargazers actually saw: a thermonuclear explosion caused by the …
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Published On: Wed, Aug 30th, 2017

Korean astronomers saw a distant explosion 600 years ago — and we just found the stars that caused it – The Verge


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Korean astronomers saw a distant explosion 600 years ago — and we just found the stars that caused it
The Verge
In March of 1437, Korean astronomers in Seoul saw what they thought was a new, bright star appear in the night sky. Now, nearly 600 years later, astronomers have figured out what those stargazers actually saw: a thermonuclear explosion caused by the ...
Famous 600-Year-Old Nova Pinpointed in Modern DaySpace.com
Astronomers discover an ancient exploding star after a 30-year searchWashington Post
Found: A star that last dazzled astronomers in 1437Popular Science
Gizmodo -Newsweek -Astronomy Magazine -Phys.Org
all 16 news articles »

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