The Oskar Klein Centre Blog

KTH Theoretical Particle Physics Joins the OKC

A group of theoretical particle physicists standing on one of the walking bridges in the AlbaNova building.
Welcome to the newest members of the Oskar Klein Centre : the KTH Theoretical Particle Physics Group!
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Supernova discovered in earliest stages of explosion

Illustration of the supernova in its earliest stages surrounded by an ionized shell of gas.  Also shown are the host galaxy, the Keck telescope, and the spectrum of the supernova which shows that highly ionized gas is present near the exploding star.
Astronomers have caught the explosion of a red supergiant star in its earliest stages yet. The light from supernova SN 2013fs reached the Earth on October 6, 2013, from the galaxy NGC 7610, 150 million light-years away.
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