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A Vanished Supernova Will Reappear in 16 Years – Gizmodo

Three dots of light reached Earth in 2016, then disappeared. A fourth is still on its way.

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Ten billion years ago, well before the formation of our solar system, a gargantuan explosion threw out vast amounts of highly energetic light. A star died in a dazzling supernova, and, though it happened so long ago, the flash was only seen in 2016 and…

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