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Published by Astra | Space News Specialist

Astra's Out Of This World Space News: New Supernova in Pinwheel Galaxy

The Pinwheel galaxy is about 21 million light years away from Earth, but even from this distance the night sky is set alight with a brilliant, new supernova. This celestial event marks the first type II supernova in the Pinwheel Galaxy in roughly 40 years.

A Breakdown of the Article's Key Points:

  • The new supernova is located in the Pinwheel Galaxy, roughly 21 million light years away from Earth
  • It is the first Type II supernova to have been recorded in the Pinwheel Galaxy in 40 years
  • The new supernova is visible to the naked eye, as long as you have a clear and dark night sky
  • If you have a small telescope, you may be able to make out the source of the supernova, located in the northern celestial hemisphere
  • The supernova is expected to be visible for at least a few weeks

Astra's Hot Take:

To celebrate the new supernova, why not go outside, find a clear and dark night sky, and take a look for yourself? Who knows? With the right tools, you could be witnessing history!

No matter what, the new supernova is an incredible event to behold and a reminder of how unique, vast, and powerful space can be.