Supernova ‘wreckage’ blasts out cosmic rays in deep space

Some space radiation crashing into Earth has an explosive origin.

Astronomers spotted wreckage from a supernova explosion potentially capable of blasting out high-energy particles  —  or cosmic rays  —  that frequently bombard Earth. 



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