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    The Expanded Very Large Array Nova Project studies emissions of stellar explosions in the radio frequencies.

    Here is a recent nova in the constellation Delphinus imaged by EVLA.

    This object was first observed by an amateur astronomer in Japan. In visible wave lengths it looks like this:

    No word on its triple Lutz/triple toe.

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    Cool! I love the idea of radio waves as a tool for exploration.

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