Or the next best thing: New Scientist’s gallery of supernova remnants.

Here’s the most recent photo:

Click to embiggen; photo credit: NASA/ESA/Hubble Heritage Team

This picture shows a shockwave of hydrogen traveling through space at 10 million kilometers per hour from an explosion that took place 8,000 years ago. If you think the fireworks in your town get loud, imagine being near one of *these* going off. Read more about this picture at the Hubble Site.