Kepler's Supernova Remnant in the Constellation Ophiuchus Space 1" Pendant Necklace in Silver Tone

$ 24.98 $ 55.00

The Kepler's Supernova remnant pendant dangles from a luxurious black voile ribbon necklace. The scene depicts the combined visible, infrared & x-ray views of Kepler's Supernova remnant located in the constellation Ophiuchus. This pendant is silver tone, and the necklace closes with a silver tone lobster claw clasp & two inch extender chain. The artwork print is sealed and displayed under domed glass. The piece is signed by Autumn's Glory.

Kepler's Supernova is a supernova remnant created when a once massive star died in a violent supernova explosion in our Milky Way galaxy. Appearing in 1604, it is the most recent supernova to have been unquestionably observed by the naked eye in our own galaxy. Named for Johannes Kepler, he tracked the object for an entire year and wrote a book on the subject. It is located in the constellation Ophiuchus and is approximately 20,000 light years from Earth.

The necklace measures approximately 18 inches long, and the pendant is a 1 inch square (not including bail). While the pendant & necklace is water resistant, it is not waterproof. Please remove it when bathing, showering and swimming.

Introduced in our 2014 Collection.

Image credit: NASA/ESA/JHU/R.Sankrit & W.Blair