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Prof Puckit’s slightly biased history lectures – Crab Nebula

Prof Puckit’s slightly biased history lectures – Crab Nebula

+291    In 1054 AD a supernova appeared in our skies, with such a brightness, it could be seen with the naked eye. It remained visible and static in its place amongst the other celestial bodies for around two years, after which time it had faded so no longer noticeable. Very soon after, is the year 1066 AD, a year famous in UK schools history lessons, to teach about a certain tussle on a Saturday morning in … Read entire article »

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