Mon. May 20th, 2019

The Universe’s First Supernovae May Have Been Powerful, Asymmetric Jets

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The Universe’s First Supernovae May Have Been Powerful, Asymmetric Jets

Astronomers have discovered an ancient Population II star with very little metal — but a specific spike in zinc that can only be explained by an asymmetrical supernova explosion.

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