Chandra observes #E0102 | remains of a star that exploded supernova remnant known as E0102. located about 190,000 light-years away from Earth in the Small Magellanic Cloud, one of the closest galaxies to the Milky Way. It was created when a star that was much larger than the Sun exploded, an event that would have been visible from the southern hemisphere of the Earth over 1000 years ago.
UGC 1382 Scientists have been taken by surprise to discover that a galaxy they thought was tiny and conventional is, in fact, enormous and bizarre – and quite unlike anything they have seen before. A galaxy 'built in reverse' with youngest stars on the inside.