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Supernova observed 1,000 years ago continues to grow

On July 4, 1054, Chinese astronomers recorded a “guest star” in the Taurus constellation.
Later research uncovered contemporaneous sightings in Japan and the Middle East.
Temporarily outshining Venus, it faded after about two years: a common supernova.

Hundreds of years later, its remnant was astronomically discovered.

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