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Mon, 09 Jan




The last one in our galaxy was in 1604 - Is it time we had another one?

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09 Jan 2023, 19:15

IoA, Cambridge, UK

About The Event

With a supernova occurring in the Milky Way on average once every 100 years, we may be overdue for one since the last one was seen by Kepler in 1604. Fortunately, there are plenty of supernovae in other galaxies to keep astronomers busy! We’ll be looking at the different types of supernovae and recent developments. Please note this is not the usual first Monday of the month.

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