Star death is a puzzle.

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Star death is a puzzle.

Postby socrat44 on April 17th, 2020, 7:19 am 

Hubble’s best shots: The Helix Nebula
17 Apr 2020
The Hubble Space Telescope was launched on 24 April 1990. To celebrate its 30th anniversary in space, Physics World is publishing a series of blog posts exploring Hubble’s 10 best images, as chosen by the science journalist and editor Keith Cooper
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Star death is a puzzle.
We understand the broad strokes of what it entails –
the most massive stars explode in an incandescent supernova, . . .

https://physicsworld.com/a/hubbles-best ... ix-nebula/
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Re: Star death is a puzzle.

Postby socrat44 on May 16th, 2020, 1:48 am 

Star death is a puzzle . . .
1 - Sometimes – the most massive stars explode in an incandescent ''supernova''
2 - Sometimes – the most massive stars compressed into ''neutron stars''
3 - Sometimes – the most massive stars collapse into a cold ''black hole''
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