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New Observations of Exploding Stars Reveal Pauses, Flickers and Flares Not Reliably Seen Before


December 6, 2010

one of the exploding stars Astronomers have traced the waxing and waning light of exploding stars more closely than ever before and seen patterns that aren't yet accounted for in our current understanding of how these eruptions occur. Full Story

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