Image of the accretion disk: A snapshot of the binary star system before the violent supernova explosion blew it to pieces.
A classical nova occurs when a white dwarf star gains matter from its secondary star (
SN 1006 Supernova Remnant. Credit: NASA, ESA, Zolt Levay (STScI)
When the iron stellar core collapses, 1053 erg of binding gravitational energy are released (mostly radiated via ...
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Isolated neutron star in the Small Magellanic Cloud.
Composite image of M31. Inset shows central region as seen by Chandra. Credit:
SN 1994D (bright spot on the lower left), a Type Ia supernova outshining its home galaxy, NGC 4526
Highly magnetised, rapidly spinning neutron stars called magnetars can explain the energy source behind extremely unusual stellar explosions, ...
A neutron star. Image: NASA
This process continues until the companion star loses all the material that falls within the gravity range of the white dwarf.
A star-forming region in the Large Magellanic Cloud
The Pleiades, an open cluster of stars in the constellation of Taurus. These stars share a common motion through space.
Kepler's supernova remnant. The explosion of a star ...
Researchers analysed a database of supernovae — the spectacular thermonuclear explosions of dying stars. Image
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Evolution of a Type Ia supernova. Credit: NASA/CXC/M. Weiss
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An artist's impression of a supernova involving a massive star.
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Artistic view of the aftermath of a supernova explosion, with an unexpected white dwarf remnant. These super-dense but no longer active stars are thought to ...
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V745 Sco is a close binary where a white dwarf pulls the red giant's outer layers onto its surface, occasionally triggering an explosion.
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This image, captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, shows galaxy NGC 4424, 50
"A star set to explode", the SBW1 nebula surrounds a massive blue supergiant in the Carina Nebula.
NASA spots exploding star's remains
Chain reaction: The decay path 56Ni -> 56Co -> 56Fe releases large amounts of energy in the form of gamma-ray photons and positrons. (© Nature)
A supernova can only happen with stars with at least more than 1.4 times the mass of the Sun (called the Chandrasekhar limit). Usually, stars have much more ...
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A cluster of approximately 500 young stars lies within the nearby W40 stellar nursery.
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Pairs of white dwarfs that merge and explode could be responsible for creating type 1a supernovae (Illustration: NASA/CXC/M Weiss)
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Filaments of gas and dust surround a neutron star, all that's left after a supernova
Optical image of V745 Sco. Credit: CXC
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Image of the onion skin-core of a massive star
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The explosion expels much or all of a star's material at a velocity of up to 30,000 kms (10% of the speed of light), driving a shock wave into the ...
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This artist rendering depicts the ...
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A NASA view of Cassiopeia A (released February, 2014, image at the left) shows a more complete picture of the remains of the star that blew up in a ...
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This is an artist's impression showing an explanation from scientists for the origin of an X-ray arc in Tycho's supernova remnant. Credit: NASA/CXC/M.Weiss
Nova Delphini 2013 (from Puerto Rico) August 16th, 2013 (Credit: Efrain
The Rosette Nebula is 5,000 light-years from Earth. The distinctive nebula, which
Exactly how Type II supernovas explode has been a mystery for some time. The most popular theory explains that when a massive star runs out of hydrogen for ...
M1, the Crab Nebula, in a Hubble Space Telescope image
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