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Supernova Hunters - Part 2

Earlier this month, a ten year old girl from Fredericton made international headlines as the youngest person to ever discover a supernova - or exploding star.

Kathyrn Aurora Gray handled herself well with the international press...which isn't that surprising.

In 1995 her father, Paul Gray, was the youngest person to discover a supernova...though he was the ripe old age of 22!

Dave Atkinson tells us about 15 years of astronomy breakthroughs, as seen through one family.

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