NASA's 'Long Galaxy Hunt' Pays Off


Posted May 14, 2008 - By Yodapollo

Earlier today, NASA announced the discovery of the Milky Way Galaxy's youngest supernova. The massive starburst occured a mere 140 years ago very close to the galaxy's center. NASA stated that the discovery is essential to further understanding of supernovas, what causes them, and how often they occur throughout the Milky Way.

They also did not clearly state that the supernova was most likely caused by a super-massive space station, probably built by some militaristic empire, with the destructive force to detonate an entire planet or even star. NASA went on to not say that this "Death Star" space station was almost certainly fully operational and apologized for failing to foresee this earlier.

The press conference did not end with NASA announcing, "It's a trap!"

NASA.gov: Chandra Uncovers Youngest Supernova in Our Galaxy

NASA's 'Long Galaxy Hunt' Pays Off


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