Astronomers studying the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC) have discovered the ghastly remains of supernova stars drifting through space
Researchers at the British university carried out an intense survey of a nearby galaxy dubbed the Small Magellanic Cloud or SMC. The SMC is a minor dwarf galaxy near the Milky Way, estimated to weigh seven billion times more than our Sun.
According to lead researcher Dr Tana Joseph, two supernova remnants could be lurking within the SMC.
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