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This is an artist's impression of supernova 1993J, an exploding star in the galaxy M81 whose light reached us 21 years ago. The supernova originated in a double-star system where one member was a massive star that exploded after siphoning most of its hydrogen envelope to its companion star. After two decades, astronomers have at last identified the blue helium-burning companion star, seen at the center of the expanding nebula of debris from the supernova. The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope identified the ultraviolet glow of the surviving companion embedded in the fading glow of the supernova. Links: NASA Press release Spiral galaxy M81 Supernova 1993J in spiral galaxy M81 Supernova 1993J Scenario for Type IIb supernova 1993J

 

G1 – GOTH 2XLP
G2 – The Science
G3 – 1994 DVD
F4 – Henry Quester & Grand Kemist – Valley of Glass Beads 7″
F5 – En’MC + Math-Mic – ALLIAM 7″
F6 – Physical Graffiti – Wicked Symmetry / Point 2 Planes 7″
F7 – Custom Sessions Hats by Henry Quester
F8 – Ki Bohiti – AmeriKiiin Gunn Cassette
F9 – Takt X Grand Kemist Tantas Cosas Cassette & Songbook
F10 – “My Days Are Far From Smiling” (Book) by Henry Quester


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