A Missing Neutron Star May Have Been Found after 30-Year Hunt

For 30 years, scientists have hunted for elusive quarry in the sizzling ashes of the most famous supernova in recent history. On February 23, 1987, astronomers watched in awe as a star in a nearby galaxy exploded, the closest known instance of a supernova in the last 400 years.

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