Super nova

The topic

The dictionary defines Super Nova as a stellar explosion that briefly outshines an entire galaxy, radiating as much energy as the Sun or any ordinary star is expected to emit over its entire life span, before fading from view over several weeks or months. This is a rare event, but would be quite awesome to witness. Below please find more information about this amazing event that we, the average person can only imagine witnessing in our lifetime.

5 Facts

-It's an exploding star

-It can light up our hole galaxy with light

-Has a lot of radiation

-The beginning of a black hole

-Their are three types of super nova's which are Type II supernova Type LA supernova and Type IV super nova

Topic 1

A supernova is an exploding star you can sometimes but very rarely see them with a naked eye usually you use a high powered telescope.
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topic 2 and 3

When the star explodes it creates a blinding light that can be as bright as the hole galaxy NASA says if you look at when you are close to it you will go blind right away.Topic 3 has a lot of radiation it can melt you within a second this a big part of why it is so bright.
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Topic 4 and 5

The beginning of a black hole is the exploding star after the super nova it explodes one last time and creates a hole in space AKA black hole. Their are 3 types of the supernova's because of what can happen like two stars collide as one is blowing up that is an Type LA And the Type II is just the regular star exploding Type Iv is a bigger version of the Type II.
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NASA - Neutron Stars' Supernova: The Formation of a Black Hole