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30 years ago last week a star in a nearby galaxy exploded. Now known as Supernova 1987A, it revolutionized astronomy, and new images taken three decades after the event show us it's entering a new phase.
Sure, groups like NASA and major universities hold many of the tools needed to study the cosmos — but that doesn't mean a group of armchair astronomers can’t make a difference.