The Explosion of Tycho’s Supernova may Solve Cosmic Questions

The Explosion of Tycho’s Supernova may allow for researching the origin of cosmic gamma rays. super-speedy subatomic particles that crash constantly into Earth’s atmosphere. The Tycho’s supernova is located 10,000 light-years away from the Earth in the constellation Cassiopeia has exploded in November 1572 and remained visible in the sky for about 15 months.

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The Moon’s Huge Tycho Crater

A new photo of the moon’s huge Tycho crater taken at sunrise by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter satellite in orbit around the moon on June 10, 2011, shows haunting dark shadows spreading out across the lunar surface.
The pitch-black patches loom behind the Tycho crater’s central peak complex, which is about 9.3 miles (15 km) wide from southeast to northwest.

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