When stars die, the materials the star has been fusing for millions of years, all the way up to iron, are melted back down into sub-atomic particles. Then they are remade in a process called explosive nucleosynthesis. More than remade, the elements higher than iron, up to uranium are assembled in a flash.
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Thanks to CLASP, scientists have been able to explore the magnetic field in chromosphere
A new renegade supermassive black hole has been discovered.
A new member joining the dwarf planet family very soon – an object called 2014 UZ 224 and nicknamed ‘DeeDee’, short for Distant Dwarf.
Cassini start to dive through Saturn’s ring
Once satellites end its mission, where will it spent the rest of its life?
GAIA mission is to map of our Galaxy, the Milky Way
ALMA starts observing the sun. more at #365DaysofAstro @unawe #spacescoop