for National Geographic News
November 6, 2009

An odd star explosion 160 million light-years away might be the first proof of a theoretical new class of supernova, astronomers suggest.

Dubbed SN 2002bj, the blast was witnessed in 2002 and originally classified as a common Type II supernova. These explosions are thought to occur when the dense iron core of a massive star collapses................
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