Hubble Space Telescope Captures World’s First Supernova
Hubble Space Telescope from NASA captures the high quality pictures of the world’s first predicted explosion of Supernova. The Refsdal supernova has reappeared and it may come from various models of cluster of the galaxy and huge gravity is warping the light of the star. With a bang, several stars are finished but only a few of such explosions are captured. Spotting them completely is truly a matter of luck. On December 11, 2015, astronomers not just captured a supernova in motion, but also saw where and when they thought it would be.
Titled as Refsdal, the supernova has been captured in the cluster. The light from it took around 5 billion years to access us and supernova exploded a lot earlier, around 10 billion years in advance. On November 2014, 4 separate images of the star were spotted in Einstein Cross in the galaxy. These images have given the rare opportunity.