In the caves of northern India, there are rock paintings on the walls. This is a quite normal and understandable phenomenon, as people were still engaged in similar art more than 5000 years ago.
At that time, mainly on the frescoes depicted hunting animals. On these frescoes, the image is the same. However, at the same time, there are two stars on them.
The picture shows the sky, which also has the Sun. But there is also an unknown object, which is comparable in size to the earth’s luminary.
It is assumed that these were the night stars. But the paradox is that such night stars were depicted on other walls in smaller sizes, without rays.
A little later, it became known that it was a supernova explosion. As scientists suggest, the flash was even brighter than the Sun itself. Because of this, the inhabitants of those times remembered the phenomenon.