The violent aftermath of a stellar explosion – a supernova remnant – gives astronomers clues to the death throes of massive stars.
Why did a star turn itself inside out when it blasted itself to bits?
Stellar explosion seen almost 2,000 years ago was the result of an overloaded star.
Discovery of the accelerating expansion of the universe leads to top physics prize.
Rare class of ‘yellow hypergiant’ star lives at the centre of this weird nebula.
Hubble spots huge glowing bubbles of hot gas in a strange dwarf galaxy.
Vast supernova remnant harbours a magnetised neutron star, a pulsar, that emits ‘superflares’.
Famous stellar explosion produced enough material to make 200,000 new worlds.
Famous supernova went off almost 1,000 years ago, leaving a glowing cloud in its wake