Distant 'Requiem' supernova will be visible again in 2037, astronomers predict

A distant supernova previously imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope will be visible again from Earth in 2037, astronomers predict. 

The supernova, dubbed Requiem, is a result of a stellar explosion some 10 billion light-years away. It was visible to the legendary space observatory three times in 2016, thanks to a phenomenon called gravitational lensing.


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