Scientists uncover 500 light-year-wide gap within the Milky Means torn open by a supernova

Scientists have found a huge gap blown out of the Milky Means, and imagine a strong supernova 10 million years in the past may be in charge.

The hole or “cavity” as astronomers are describing it, was described this week in a paper revealed this week in The Astrophysical Journal Letters as a spherical void reduce out of the Perseus and Taurus molecular clouds and spans almost 500 light-years throughout.

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