Exploding Stars

In Space, Echoes of Light | Out There | The New York Times

Light from exploding stars can live on in the form of echoes, rippling across space and illuminating clouds of dust and gas that might otherwise be invisible.

Produced by: Dennis Overbye, Jason Drakeford and Jonathan Corum

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In Space, Echoes of Light | Out There | The New York Times

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