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02-23-2016 8:47 PM


The recent supernova, SN2016adj, first appeared in the skies here on Earth on February 8 earlier this month. It is located in the nearby galaxy, Centaurus A which is about 11 million light years away from us.
Since we know when the light from this supernova first showed up does this single event set a minimum age of the Universe at at least 11 million years old?
Dates and Dating I think.

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