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Ophiuchus supernova observed by Kepler

Ophiuchus supernova observed by Kepler

17 October, 1604

German astronomer Johannes Kepler obsessed a supernova in the constellation of Ophiuchus on 17th October 1604. The supernova is also known as Kepler’s Supernova.

One of the first recorded observation of a supernova was on 4th July 1054. The SN 1054 has been mentioned and recorded by various cultures across the world.

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