The inhabitants of our planet witnessed a rare sight in 1054.
The sky was lit up by an unusual light explosion.
The explosion, which was brought on by a star blowing up due to running out of fuel, could be seen in the sky for a total of twenty-three days.
The supernova was remained visible in the sky for hundreds of nights following the incident.
The remarkable celestial event was discussed by astronomers from all over the world, yet Europe curiously went silent.
It never happened, according to historians of the time.