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Re: Young, nearby supernova dazzles U.S. scientists

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September 13, 2011 09:28AM
Rick, I could not get your tweeter link to work. However this ABC link should help some...
http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/astronomers-forgo-sleep-eyes-fixed-stars-explosion/story?id=14468283
Every night I have been looking at this supernova star with my 10 x 50 bonaculars for over an hour. The best I have been seeing was on Friday night at 9:40 pm when the star became about 1/4 the size of the moon. It was a big bright white mass in the sky. Other wise it is just a big sparkler in the sky with a large amount of different colors and changes in size and intensity. Sometimes it is very small. All very interesting, I wonder what it all means ?
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