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Scientists explain a mysterious 900-year-old flash in the sky – The Goa Spotlight

Modern researchers have observed the Pa30 nebula, one of the hottest in the Milky Way. As you know, such nebulae are the remnants of a supernova that once flared up. For example, the Crab Nebula is an expanding gas cloud formed by a supernova in 1054. Obviously, the celestial event observed in China and Japan in the 12th century was a supernova that formed the Pa30 nebula, the researchers say.

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