1. Hubble Has Looked at the 2017 Kilonova Explosion Almost a Dozen Times, Watching it Slowly Fade Away  Universe Today
  2. Afterglow of Colliding Neutron Stars Would Outshine Our Sun  Livescience.com
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Astrophysicists using the Hubble have the most complete image yet of a kilonova explosion and its afterglow. They watched it fade away and learned a lot.Astrophysicists using the Hubble have the most complete image yet of a kilonova explosion and its afterglow. They watched it fade away and learned a lot.

Hubble Has Looked at the 2017 Kilonova Explosion Almost a Dozen Times, Watching it Slowly Fade Away - Universe Today

A new, hours-long Hubble study of the collision site revealed never-before-seen details of the neutron-star mergerNow we know what kind of place in space produces this rare smash-up.

New Hubble Image Reveals Never-Before-Seen Details of Neutron-Star Collision | Live Science