The Hubble Space Telescope Observes Spectacular Supernova Time-Lapse

Pictured here, in an image released on October 1, 2020, is the region surrounding NGC 2525. Located nearly 70 million light-years from Earth, this galaxy is part of Puppis’ constellation in the southern hemisphere. Hubble has captured a series of images of NGC2525 as part of one of its major investigations; measuring the expansion rate of the Universe, which can help answer fundamental questions about our Universe’s very nature. ESA/Hubble has now published a unique time-lapse of this galaxy, and it’s fading supernova. This view was created from images forming part of the Digitized Sky Survey 2. NASA/ESA/UPI

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