Astronomers shot a star that exploded. Stunning pictures


Astronomers have been surprised by an unusual phenomenon: a giant star that has been "shrouded" in gas and dust shield about a year before it actually explodes.

This type of starburst explosion is known as Fast-Evolving Luminous Transient (FELT), according to Popular Science.

As astronomers deny the phenomenon in a recent study, most of the energy of this supernova turns into light when it hits the originally exposed matter. The result is spectacular: a short and extremely bright explosion of radiation.

The artistic animation below reproduces the look of such an explosion:

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