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Supernova, morph, and the shock waves reverse in stunning new NASA video

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NASA has released a new video that shows how a star changes, and extends over a period of 13 years.

Cassiopeia A, or Cas A, the debris field is known, it is likely to be generated after a power of the explosion, in 1680, according to the space agency.

The shock waves will be blue, could be seen as they are boosted by the room the data was collected between 2000 and 2013, by NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory.

“If the blast wave is traveling at a speed of 11 million miles [18-million-km] per hour, it encounters the surrounding material, and slows down, generating a second shock wave,” Chandra mission, said in a statement.

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A view of Cassiopeia A, which also includes the Chandra X-ray Observatory data. X-ray: NASA/CXC/MICHEL/T. Sato et al.; Optical: NASA/STScI.)
X-ray: NASA/CXC/MICHEL/T. Sato et al.; Optical: NASA/STScI.)

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This “reverse shock,” the agency said, “to travel to the back, similar to how a file has to travel back from the scene of an accident on the highway.”

According to the Space.com Cas A is the rst object in the Chandra observed, it was not long before the launch into space on 23 jul 1999.

NASA noted that the observations by Chandra over a period of years have shown that there are a few of the elements that are necessary for life in the explosion, and have produced a 3D model of the supernova remnant.

The full video can be seen here.

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