Amateur Astronomer Catches A Rare Sight Of Supernova Birth

Amateur Astronomer Catches A Rare Sight Of Supernova Birth
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An amateur astronomer was testing out his new camera when he spotted something that looked like the birth of a supernova. He captured this extremely rare event, while scientists are convinced that this is the first time anyone has captured the first flashing of a supernova. This is the phase that can last only a couple of minutes.

Researchers believe that the snaps he caught are of critical importance to understanding the evolution of supernovas. Researchers published their findings with a new analysis regarding this surge of light in the journal Nature this week.

During the night of September 20, 2016, Victor Buso was trying out his new astronomical camera for his home-made observatory in Rosario, Argentina. He wasn’t satisfied with his first pictures of different galaxies, and he decided to try taking pictures of a larger galaxy nearby called NGC 613.

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