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3D simulation from inside a supernova, 11,000 light years away

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Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com
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3D Simulation Reveals from observations within a supernova 11,000 light years away, based on observations from a number of telescopes.

The simulation was created for Supernova Cassiopeia A, an expanding cloud of material formed when a star exploded.


Supernova Simulation

According to the daily Mail, the simulation had the advantage of placing each of the many colors in the visualization with a different length of light, allowing us to see supernova remains in all its glory.

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The simulation was developed by researcher Kimberly Arcand, who works at the Chandra X-ray Observatory of NASA, using real observations of Supernova Cassiopeia A.

To innovate its technological conception.

Arcand collected data from the Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Spitzer Space Telescope, as well as terrestrial telescopes at the National Observatory of Astronomy and MDM In Arizona, United States.

Supernova 2
Supernova 2

Supernova telescopes were captured not only by visible light, but also by gamma rays, infrared radiation, radio and ultraviolet and x-ray wavelengths.

In simulation, this was adjusted through the different wavelengths that are visible by representing them in different colors.

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