Hubble Reveals Surviving Companion Star in Aftermath of Titanic Supernova Explosion

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The discovery helps explain the puzzle of hydrogen loss pre-supernova, and supports the theory that most massive stars are paired. It’s not unheard of to find a surviving star at the scene of a massive supernova explosion, which would be expected to obliterate everything around it, but the latest research from the Hubble Space Telescope has provided a long-awaited clue to a specific type of ste...

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