Exploding Stars

Exploding Star Mystifies Astronomers | Space News

Between May and December of 2002 a remarkable event occurred in the heavens. A previously unknown star named V838 Mon brightened spectacularly–then faded–then leaped back to life. At its brightest, it was about a million times brighter than the sun. Listen to Dr. Donald Scott’s thoughts regarding this mystery.

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