While checking out a information collected over dual decades of regard from a Hubble space telescope, researchers have found justification of a progenitor of a new form of supernova. It has been named as Type 1ax.
A group of researchers from Rutgers University came opposite a images collected by a Hubble of a universe NGC 1309. In this galaxy, astronomers detected a diseased supernova called SN 2012Z. “We approaching that a progenitor complement would be too gloomy to see, like in prior searches for normal Type Ia supernova progenitors”, pronounced Curtis McCully, lead author of a study.
The group has come adult with a supposition as per that a star’s hydrogen pouch has been drawn off and has left behind a bright, blue core of helium. The group also thinks it is a messenger star that fed SN 2012Z’s explosion. As per them, it would be a many viable reason for a complement in that dual stars raze mass during one another over time.
Saurabh Jha of Rutgers University common that a SN 2012Z resides in universe NGC 1309, that is 100 million light years away. It was in 2012 that a universe was detected by a Lick Observatory Supernova Search. But researchers found that a Hubble has also celebrated NGC 1309 many years before a supernova explosion.
Curtis pronounced a pre-explosion images showed a intent nearby a plcae of a supernova. They deliberate that a progenitor would be too gloomy to see, though it is good when inlet surprises. Researchers are formulation to use Hubble again in 2015 to perspective a area.