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  Novae and Supernovae: Astronomy: Novae and Supernovae
Posted on Saturday, December 04 @ 16:46:16 CST by astronomy
 
 
  Novae and Supernovae

NOVAE AND SUPERNOVAE

Novae and supernovae are produced by different processes with dramatically different finales: the violent eruption of a nova may recur, while a supernova signals complete stellar destruction.



The search for novae and supernovae is a fascinating and worth-while amateur pursuit. These extraordinary exploding stars are of great interest to astronomers studying stellar evolution, nucleosynthesis (the creation of elements via nuclear reactions in stars), and cosmology.

 
 
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