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5000-year old rock art found in India is likely the oldest depiction of a supernova Options
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5000-year old rock art found in India is likely the oldest depiction of a supernova

Imagine looking up at the sky one night and finding two moons. If it happened in 2017, Twitter would be abuzz with people posting photos. News channels would get astronomers to explain what's happening, and they'd say it's not a supernatural phenomenon ... More...
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5,000-year old rock art found in India is likely the oldest depiction of a supernova.

Can anyone guess how impressive this heavenly event could have seemed for those humans back that time?
How this event really could impact their lives in many dimensions?
How would the spoken tales be interfered by this sight?
Today's life is so much dynamic and informative since the information revolution and, perhaps, this kind of occurrence would never be cast without a massive coverture throughout the planet.
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