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Farthest Supernova Ever Seen

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on August 24, 2001 03:04:35 UTC

My dear Michael,
I found time to look this up for now. This article may not be connected to what I saw on television but it sounds somewhat like it.

Gazing to the far reaches of space and time, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope identified the farthest stellar explosion ever seen, a supernova that erupted 10 billion years ago. By examining the glow from this dying star, astronomers have amassed more evidence that a mysterious, repulsive force is at work in the cosmos, making galaxies rush ever faster away from each other.

You may do more research at:
(Allah willing, And I shall keep looking too.)

Blast from the Past: Farthest Supernova Ever Seen Sheds Light on Dark Universe

< http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/PR/2001/09/ >

< http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/PR.html >

With Love and Understanding

Jisbond

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