Supernova Remnant

A Type II supernova (plural: supernovae or supernovas) results from the rapid collapse and violent explosion of a massive star.

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First Light from Einstein Probe: A Supernova Remnant

This is a 1.3 Gigapixel Image of a Supernova Remnant

Chinese astronomers find radio pulsar in a supernova remnant

At Least Two Supernova Explosions Created Supernova Remnant 30 Doradus B, Astronomers Say

JWST Captures an Unprecedented View of a Supernova Remnant: Behold, Cassiopeia A

Amateur astronomer discovers one-of-a-kind supernova remnant

An Amateur Astronomer Discovered One-of-a-Kind Supernova Remnant

OmegaCAM Sees Giant Filaments in Vela Supernova Remnant

James Webb telescope performs "stellar autopsy" on Cassiopeia A, a well-known supernova remnant whose debris field reveals the composition of the doomed star that gave birth to it.

Astrophotographer captures Vela supernova remnant in exquisite detail

James Webb telescope reveals 'green monster' in the heart of a massive supernova remnant

It’s Time for Supernova Remnant Cassiopeia A to Get the JWST Treatment

Webb Shows Supernova Remnant Cassiopeia A in New Light

Astronomers Blown Away By New NASA Webb Images Of ‘Cassiopeia A’ Supernova Remnant

The Green Monster of Space: Unveiling a Supernova Remnant’s Hidden Secrets With Webb

James Webb Reveals Never-Before-Seen Details in Supernova Remnant Cassiopeia A

IXPE Detects Polarized X-Rays from Tycho’s Supernova Remnant

Weird Supernova Remnant Blows Scientists' Minds

Hubble Spots Colorful Supernova Remnant in Large Magellanic Cloud

Celestial Fireworks Display: Hubble Captures Shreds of Luridly Colored Supernova Remnant