10-year-old girl discovers a supernova

A 10-year-old-girl from Canada has discovered a supernova, making her the youngest person ever to find one of these giant stellar explosions.

The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada announced the discovery by Kathryn Aurora Gray of Fredericton, New Brunswick, (wonderful middle name!) who was assisted by astronomers Paul Gray and David Lane.


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