'Star Dust' At Bottom Of Ocean Calls What We Know About Supernovae Into Question

January 21, 2015 6:26 PM

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Researchers used extraterrestrial dust that settled on the ocean floor to measure the amount of heavy metals that are created in an explosion in space, and what they found could cause the nature of supernovae to be called into question.

Researchers used extraterrestrial dust that settled on the ocean floor to measure the amount of heavy metals that are created in an explosion in space, and what they found could cause the nature of supernovae to be called into question.

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