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NASA Telescope Captures Brightest Supernova To Date

M. Weiss/NASA/CXC via Getty Images

IN SPACE – UNSPECIFIED DATE: In this handout provided by NASA, an artist interpretation illustrates the explosion of SN 2006gy, a massive star in what scientists are calling the brightest supernova ever recorded. Supernovas usually occur when massive stars exhaust their fuel and collapse under their own gravity, in this case the star could have possibly been 150 times larger than our own sun. (Photo Illustration by M. Weiss/NASA/CXC via Getty Images)

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