James Webb Telescope Captures First Ever, Detailed Image Of What’s Inside a Supernova!
A supernova is a powerful and catastrophic explosion that occurs when a star reaches the end of its life cycle. This event is characterized by a sudden and extreme increase in brightness, often outshining an entire galaxy for a brief period.
During a supernova, a star releases an immense amount of energy, producing a burst of radiation that can be observed across various wavelengths, including visible light, radio waves, and X-rays.
The James Webb Space Telescope has just made a remarkable breakthrough, providing us with unprecedented insights into the cosmos.
This time it has looked deep into the depths of an Iconic Supernova. SN1987A. The Webb telescope has discovered new structures, which were unseen by earlier telescopes.
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