The exploding Universe: the realm of Supernovae – online event!

SN 2011fe in M101: animation

SN 2011fe in M101: animation

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Always at the first place in the world sharing the wonders of the Universe, with online, free observing sessions, the Virtual Telescope Project is very proud to invite you to join a truly unique experience, next 16 May 2013.

For the first time ever, people from all around the globe can explore in real-time, from the comfort of their homes, the exciting world of supernovae, those incredible, violent exploding stars. All this with the live commentary from a professional astrophysicist.

With the online event “The Exploding Universe: the realm of Supernovae“, we will surf the Cosmos in space and time, observing dying stars placed millions of light years way and shining as billions of Sun, while living the very final stages of their lives, before becoming a neutron star or a black hole.

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  1. Gaina Alex says:

    As I understand, the object (star) of interest is left and a little bit lower, than the central region of a Galaxy M101. Only very massive stars could produce Black Holes. As the mass of the exploding star decreases, then the occurence of a neutron star is more possible, while less the initial mass more probable the appearence of a white dwarf is.

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