Researchers Discovered New Observations of the 1006 AD Supernova

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Ancient astronomers have long been providing observations of supernovae, such as SN 185 by Chinese astronomers in 185 AD, SN 1054, which produced the Crab Nebula, and SN 1006, the brightest stellar event ever recorded. Now, a new paper has uncovered a new observation of the 1006 event. Read more…

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Researchers Discovered New Observations of the 1006 AD Supernova

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