Video: Peter Nugent ’90 Discovers Supernova, Explains How You Can See for Yourself

Peter Nugent ’90, an astrophysicist and senior scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, is said to have been the first to spot the closest Type-1a supernova in the last 25 years. In this video, Nugent explains this recent discovery and how you can see it for yourself. Read the Washington Post article.

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