Champagne Supernova, also known as W49B, SNR G043.3-00.2, 1ES 1908+09.0, 3C 398, 3C 398.0, 4C 09.63, 3FHL J1911.0+0905, 3CR 398, AJG 95, 2FGL J1911.0+0905, 3FGL J1910.9+0906 and 2FHL J1911.0+0905, is a Nebula that is a Supernova Remnant from likely a Type 1B Supernova or Type 1C Supernova located inside The Aquila Constellation. Champagne Supernova is located 33,000 Light Years from Earth. The Supernova is believed to have occurred 1,000 Years Ago and is also believed to have left a Black Hole Remnant.
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