Ground-Based Telescopes Reveal Secrets of Enigmatic Nova CK Vulpeculae

According to an international group of astronomers led by Dr Tomasz Kamiński of ESO and the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, Germany, CK Vulpeculae – a nova that erupted 345 years ago – was not an ordinary nova, but a much rarer event called luminous red nova. CK Vulpeculae, also often referred [...] —> Read More