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ASASSN-15lh's 

https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/01/rare-supernova-crab-nebula/424125/

Surprisingly, it isn’t clear whether ASASSN-15lh’s extraordinary luminosity would sterilize a wider radius of space than your average supernova. But there are clues. For one, it’s very blue, suggesting it cranks out a lot of UV rays. Using only ASASSN-15lh’s heightened brightness, Thompson estimates it could be deadly even up to three hundred parsecs away.  (Snip)

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11 minutes ago, Siddrix said:

ASASSN-15lh's 

https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/01/rare-supernova-crab-nebula/424125/

Surprisingly, it isn’t clear whether ASASSN-15lh’s extraordinary luminosity would sterilize a wider radius of space than your average supernova. But there are clues. For one, it’s very blue, suggesting it cranks out a lot of UV rays. Using only ASASSN-15lh’s heightened brightness, Thompson estimates it could be deadly even up to three hundred parsecs away.  (Snip)

@Cinnamon Different to the one you saw? So one blue / one red?

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4 minutes ago, Ukshep said:

@Cinnamon Different to the one you saw? So one blue / one red?

Jan. 6, 2017

Astronomers think a rare and explosive 'red nova' will light up the night sky in a few years

However, Larry Molnar, an astronomer at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, has gone a big step further with a few colleagues: Over the past 2 years, he's claimed not only to have found such a system, but also predicted when it will blow up as a red nova.

"No one has ever seen a star go into this kind of explosion. No other situation has come up where any astronomer has ever been able to say, 'this is a star about to blow up,'" Molnar said in a preview for an upcoming documentary, called "Luminous."

His prognostication is specific enough to make any astrophysicist squirm: Molnar now says the whole thing will go down just 5 years from now.

http://www.businessinsider.com/red-nova-stellar-merger-prediction-sky-2017-1 

This would be in 2022. 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Hazmat said:

Riveted to this!!!

Same!  I fear my brain is going to cramp trying to understand it all but I'll be reading, thinking and trying as much as possible

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2 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Jan. 6, 2017

Astronomers think a rare and explosive 'red nova' will light up the night sky in a few years

However, Larry Molnar, an astronomer at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, has gone a big step further with a few colleagues: Over the past 2 years, he's claimed not only to have found such a system, but also predicted when it will blow up as a red nova.

"No one has ever seen a star go into this kind of explosion. No other situation has come up where any astronomer has ever been able to say, 'this is a star about to blow up,'" Molnar said in a preview for an upcoming documentary, called "Luminous."

His prognostication is specific enough to make any astrophysicist squirm: Molnar now says the whole thing will go down just 5 years from now.

http://www.businessinsider.com/red-nova-stellar-merger-prediction-sky-2017-1 

This would be in 2022.

Thanks.

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2 minutes ago, Tigerlilly said:

Same!  I fear my brain is going to cramp trying to understand it all but I'll be reading, thinking and trying as much as possible

Sorry! :popcorneat: Look on the bright side. Oh wait that's a supernova :D

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Just now, Tigerlilly said:

Same!  I fear my brain is going to cramp trying to understand it all but I'll be reading, thinking and trying as much as possible

Turn to your inner self for the right direction...

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