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Space Scoop: Breaking Free From a Cosmic Cocoon (12-02-2014)
The shock wave from the supernova is absorbed by the star's outer shells of gas and dust, which escaped from the star before the explosion.

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Space Scoop: Please Don't Stop the Music! (11-05-2014)
Astronomers already know that the black hole at the centre of a collection of galaxies called the Perseus Cluster is powerful enough to make a very deep sound.

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Space Scoop: At the End of the Rainbow (10-02-2014)
If we look deeper, space has a lot more to offer than what our eyes can see.

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Space Scoop: Supernova Blast Provides Clues to Age of Binary Star System (08-21-2014)
A new study of an X-ray binary called Circinus X-1 found that it is less than 4,600 years old.

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Space Scoop: Archaeologists of the Universe (08-19-2014)
This picture shows the aftermath of a collision between two huge groups of galaxies, which are called galaxy clusters.

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