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    • Research shows supernova may have caused extinction of Megalodon Research-shows-supernova-may-have-caused-extinction-of-Megalodon

      New research showed supernova which happened 2.6 million years ago may have touched off climate change and triggered mass extinctions of large ocean animals including Megalodon. There could have been one or a series of supernovae happened, some 150 light years away from the Earth, Adrian Melott, professor emeritus of physics & astronomy at the University of Kansas, told Xinhua.  Supernova is the explosion of a star that has reached the end of its life. It could briefly outshine entire galaxies and radiate more energy than the sun will in its entire lifetime. It is also the primary source of...