Tycho’s Supernova, In Cassiopeia, Was Seen Around ‘Now’, 445-Years Ago.
Naked eye Supernovas are quite rare.
That it happened in the 16th century when astronomy was gaining traction made it even more special.
And to cap it all it was ‘discovered’ and documented by Tycho Brahe, the Danish astronomer most famous, despite many notable achievements, for his artificial nose and for being Johannes Kepler’s mento — Kepler, of course, as in the famous astronomical laws.
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