Huge Supernova Baffles Scientists, but anyone who reads science fiction knows why “this star, which lay about 200 million light years away from earth and was million times brighter than the Sun, has exploded as a supernova at a much earlier date than the one predicted by astronomers.”
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I think that you might be able to find a set of plans for a launching laser in Amber, or perhaps one of the shadow worlds. Jinx is also a possibility.
Honey I shrunk the Star