Skywatchers: Once-in-a-Lifetime Blaze Star to Light Up the Night Sky


Astronomers and stargazers are on high alert in anticipation of an astronomical event poised to light up this summer night sky. NASA announced that the “Blaze Star is coming soon. The appearance of a “new star” in the Milky Way’s Corona Borealis constellation, also known as the Northern Crown, could occur anytime between now and September.

Dr. Rebekah Hounsell, an assistant research scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, described the event as a significant moment for both the scientific community and the general public.

“It’s a once-in-a-lifetime event that will create a lot of new astronomers out there, giving young people a cosmic event they can observe for themselves, ask their own questions, and collect their own data,” Hounsell said. “It’ll fuel the next generation of scientists.”

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