Created by NASA // November 18, 2018
A star can burn as fast and furious as 50 suns.
(NASA) – As seen in this artist's concept of 65 million light years away, Spiral Galaxy NGC 3938 is a blue gigantic star that once existed in a young circle.
It exploded into supernovae in 2017, and the Hubble Space Telescope's historical photographs were used to find the ancestors of fate that we saw in 2007.
The star burned at a gigantic and fierce speed like the sun, burning hotter and bluer than the sun. It was so hot. It lost the outer layer of hydrogen and helium.
When it exploded, astronomers categorized it as type 1c supernova due to lack of hydrogen and helium in the supernova spectrum.
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