A "metal scar" spotted on the face of a white dwarf star called WD 0816-310 could be the remains of a destroyed planet, researchers say.
A neutron star spotted by the James Webb Space Telescope stayed hidden for 37 years while lurking in the wreckage of a stellar explosion, Supernova 1987A.
A green "Grinch-like" shape in a supernova remnant imaged by the James Webb telescope may have come from a blast debris field, scientists proposed
The discovery of stars with their outer layers of hydrogen stripped by companions fills a glaring hole in our understanding of supernovas and binary systems with colliding neutron stars.
China's forthcoming Tropical Deep-sea Neutrino Telescope (TRIDENT) will search for the origins of cosmic rays in momentary flashes of light beneath the ocean's surface.
A supernova, pinpointed by amateur astronomers, could reveal unexpected new steps in the deaths of massive stars.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has spotted a distant supernova that appears three times in the same photo. The new observations could help solve one of the universe's biggest inconsistencies.
The star T CrB flares up every 80 years. A document from 1217 could help confirm its regularity.
Dubbed 'Luminous Fast Coolers,' this new class of extreme cosmic explosion is incredibly rare — and unbelievably bright.
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