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What they’re finding is that without turbulence, collapsing stars may never form supernovas at all.
While the overall number of supernovae checks out, they’re in all the wrong places.
A detection of either one might be an early sign of a supernova.
She’s getting a closeup look at the physics of exploding stars, or supernovas, a phenomenon so immense that its power is difficult to put into words.
Astronomers describe these celestial fireworks as a supernova.
The twin Gemini telescopes in Hawaii and Chile — which have observed the earliest moments of a supernova and captured pictures of entire planetary systems orbiting distant stars — take remoteness a step further.
In our galaxy, we suspect that magnetars form in brilliant supernova explosions.
This information shows where the different layers of the pre-supernova star are located three hundred years after the explosion, and provides insight into the nature of the supernova.
It could keep out the terrific heat of a supernova, but couldn't keep in the heat of the planet after the supernova had died.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
Once a Beowulfer vanished in a supernova flash, and when the ball of incandescence widened to nothing the ship was gone.
SPACE VIKINGHENRY BEAM PIPER

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