The Beautiful Supernova Shining 'Ribbon' Gas

Shining Supernova Gas Ribbon.Image shown by NASA shows the floating ribbon gas shines in our galaxy. – AP
The floating 'ribbon' gas image taken by Hubble Space Telescope that belongs to The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) exposes very thin part from remainder of 'supernova' originate from a star explosion happened more 1,000 years ago.

The supernova is believed brightest ever being witness by human, in fact it surpasses planet Venus as the brightest object in the night sky, after the moon.

It can be seen at daytime for few weeks while and visible to the naked eye for the period of at least two and a half-years before gradually expires.

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