Egypt's extraterrestrial stone may prove a rare supernova occurred.

Supernovas are stellar explosions.

A recent research published in Icarus may have revealed confirmation of a rare one.

Extraterrestrial Hypatia stone discovered in Egypt in 1996.

The University of Johannesburg experts think this rock originated from a type la supernova, a rare explosion that happens when a dense white dwarf star consumes another.

Low quantities of silicon, chromium, and manganese helped them determine the rock's outer solar system origin.

It reveals that an atypical piece of space dust might be integrated into the solar nebula that produced our solar system without being entirely mixed in.

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