If early April's solar eclipse wasn't enough, then scientists say another one in a lifetime experience to witness something remarkable is on the way. This will involve a rare chance to see an actual explosion in the night sky, that will appear as bright as the North Star, says Space.

Huge Stellar Explosion to Be Seen With Naked Eye

Astronomy buffs across New York and everywhere will get a chance to witness a nova explosion that will be visible for about a week, says ABC. Of course, the actual event transpired around three thousand years ago, for the binary star system where the explosions takes place is around 3,000 light years from Earth.

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ABC says the explosions only happen every 80 to 100 years. The last time the explosion was seen from Earth was 1946, says scientists.

Space.com says the outburst happens when the star system T Coronae Borealis (T CrB), consisting of a red giant star and a white dwarf that are in orbit around each other. come to close together.

The resulting explosion is around "100,000 times greater than the annual output from our Sun", says ABC.

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Scientists says the nova will arrive towards the later part of the year, possible around September. Space says that is just one of five observed recurring novae in our Milky Way galaxy.

To see the big boom, viewers should look to Corona Borealis, or the Northern Crown, which is found near Bootes and Hercules, according to NASA.

The Top 25 Most Baffling UFO Sightings Reported in New York This Year

When residents of the Empire State spot something unexplainable in the skies, they report it to the National UFO Reporting Center. There's been about 80 new sightings so far in 2023 that raised a few hackles.

NUFORC does investigate what people saw to determine if they actually witnessed alien activity or something else. Oftentime, these reports turn out to be false flags. For example; someone from NYC reported seeing a strange, square-like object in the sky on July 22. They provided a photo to NUFORC, who then ruled the person saw an "advertising banner behind a private aircraft."

However, there have been several creepy reports that couldn't be brushed off with a logical explanation. And some of these reports had photo or video evidence attached.

Scroll through New York's top 25 weirdest sightings of 2023.

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