Kepler's Supernova, also known as Sn 1605, Kepler's Nova, Kepler's Star, 1ES 1727-21.4, 3C 358, ESO 588-4, GCRV 67121, HR 6515, IRAS 17276-2126, MRC 1727-214, PK 004+06 1, PN G004.5+06.8, 1RXS J173040.4-212836, SN 1604A, IRAS Z17276-2126, SN 1604, AJG 71, CSI-21-17276, CTB 41, Kes 57, MSH 17-2-11, OHIO T -246, PKS 1727-21, PKS 1727-214, PKS J1730-2129, [PBD2003] and G004.5+06.8, is a Type 1A Supernova located inside The Ophiuchus Constellation. Kepler's Supernova is located inside The Milky Way Galaxy. Kepler's Supernova appeared on October 8th-9th of 1604 a few weeks before the first presentation of William Shakespeare's Othello. Before Kepler's Supernova was a Supernova, it was a two star system consisting of a White Dwarf and a Red Giant. Kepler's Supernova is 20,000 Light Years from Earth.
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