The supernova ‘reverse shock wave’ is exploding in the wrong direction

Cassiopeia A is a color photograph based on data from the Hubble, Spitzer and Chandra space telescopes. (Photo credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech)

A powerful vibration wave traveling through a galaxy left behind by an explosion of a star is of a different nature: Part of it is going in the wrong direction, new research shows.

In the study, the researchers found that a vibrating wave travels rapidly in a variety of ways, including a particle crashing into the base of a supernova, or supernova. author called it a “reversal.”

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