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Artist's concept illustrating Supernova 1987A as the powerful blast wave passes through its outer ring and destroys most of its dust, before the dust re-forms or grows rapidly.

SOFIA finds dust survives obliteration in Supernova 1987A

SOFIA's observations of the iconic supernova suggest dust may actually be forming in the wake of the powerful blast wave. These results are helping astronomers solve the mystery surrounding the abundance of dust in our galaxy.
Feb 10, 2019
By IBTimes SG Desk

Jupiter's watery moon Europa shares eerie similarity with earth's sea; Scientists puzzled

By Nirmal Narayanan