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Pre-Adolescent Astronomer Spots Supernova

18 Dec 2013, 01:47 UTC
Pre-Adolescent Astronomer Spots Supernova
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Ten-year-old Nathan Gray of Nova Scotia officially becomes the youngest person ever to identify a new supernova. Clara Moskowitz reports.

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