Posts Tagged ‘supernova’

Neutrinos on Ice!

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013
icecube, antarctica, ice, neutrinos, black holes, supernova, cosmic rays, gamma, rays, galaxy, solar system

Scientists see evidence of events outside of our solar system in Antarctic ice.

Confirmed Source of GRBs?

Thursday, August 15th, 2013
gamma-ray burst, GRB, space gold, compact mergers, mystery, supernova, astronomer, origin, GRB 130603B, hubble space telescope, university of leicester, kilonova, massive stars, dense stars, gravitational waves, nova, space telescope science institute, nature

The same short-duration gamma-ray burst seen on June 3rd that produced a few moons’ worth of gold was still visible nine days later when the Hubble Space Telescope observed its remains.

Gold from colliding dead stars

Thursday, July 18th, 2013
Illustration of colliding neutron stars. Image Credit: Dana Berry, SkyWorks Digital, Inc.

Colliding Dead Stars Create Gold

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