Got a light? Supernova 2014J in the Cigar Galaxy (M82)...
See links and credits below...
This video features astronomer Dr Meghan Gray from the University of Nottingham.
Some extra footage from this interview: http://youtu.be/Xf3B9PxJG0c
Good info on this blog (remanzacco): http://bit.ly/1cZ5fTN
There's a Wiki page already: http://bit.ly/1dRVPPT
Thanks to these people for their work and images: UCL, University of London Observatory, Steve Fossey, Ben Cooke, Guy Pollack, Matthew Wilde, Thomas Wright, Ernesto Guido, Nick Howes, Martino Nicolini, Pete Lawrence. And others - it is a big team effort when these things happen.
Meghan Gray on Twitter: https://twitter.com/emeegray
Nick Howes Twitter: https://twitter.com/NickAstronomer
Peter Lawrence Twitter: https://twitter.com/Avertedvision
Previous YouTube videos dealing with supernovae (from sixtysymbols and deepskyvideos)
Type II supernova: http://youtu.be/LXUdRGw8UP4
Creating elements: http://youtu.be/nhhdkYFmd7A
2011 Nobel Prize: http://youtu.be/HppSNAPYvN8
Star blows up: http://youtu.be/x5zo5449wHU
Supernova in M95: http://youtu.be/_GEyAsaWB4k
Deep Sky Videos website: http://www.deepskyvideos.com/
Video by Brady Haran
Tagged under: astronomy,astronomers,space,galaxies,nebula,nebulae,stars,universe,deepsky,deepskyvideos,deep sky,telescope,Messier Catalogue,m82,cigar galaxy,supernova,Milky Way (Galaxy)
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