125 Results for

supernova

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Pandigital SuperNova

Though priced to compete, the Pandigital SuperNova lacks the performance and features to seal the deal.

By 4 November 2011

2.5 stars Editors' rating 4 November 2011

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Nokia 7610 Supernova

The Nokia 7610 Supernova is an attractive cell phone with a fun feature set. We have a few complaints, but its performance makes up for any flaws.

By 2 September 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating 2 September 2009

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Nokia 7210 Supernova

Nokia can't help but make a decent phone, after all, it's been making them for years. But a budget phone with an outstanding feature seems to elude the Finns. We'd like this phone better if it was cheaper.

By 20 January 2009

3 stars Editors' rating 20 January 2009

Typical price: $229.00

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Nokia 7310 Supernova

The Nokia 7310 Supernova is basic in every way; in its design, features and performance.

By 19 January 2009

3 stars Editors' rating 19 January 2009

Typical price: $279.00

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The fastest star in the galaxy propelled by thermonuclear supernova

A speeding star is the fastest such object in the Milky Way -- and researchers believe that a supernova sent it on its way.

By 12 March 2015

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Einstein's Cross: Distant supernova split into four by gravitational lensing

An exploding star directly behind a cluster of enormous galaxies has been split into four images by the light-bending properties of the cluster's gravity.

By 6 March 2015

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Using the gravity of the universe to peer into a black hole

Researchers at the European Space Agency harness the natural lensing properties of cosmic gravity to get a closer look at a black hole.

By 8 July 2015

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X-ray echoes map the distance to a neutron star

Interstellar echoes from a flaring neutron star have allowed astronomers to solve a mystery -- pinpointing the star's location.

By 24 June 2015

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'Bent light' offers glimpse of huge galaxy 11.7 billion light years away

Astronomers have used a trick of general relativity to look around a corner, of sorts, and view a massive, distant galaxy with remarkable clarity.

By 9 June 2015

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Here's what the Pillars of Creation look like in three dimensions

Data from the Very Large Telescope in Chile suggests that it would be more appropriate to call the Eagle Nebula's famous gas formation the "Pillars of Destruction."

By 1 May 2015