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    Mysterious supernova may have carbon origins

    Posted by ChevScience on June 11, 2009

    A weird explosion in space that confounded astronomers may have been the destruction of a rare star with an unusual

    amount of carbon dust surrounding it,supernovae according to research carried out by scientists at the University of Warwick.

     

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