hypernova


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hypernova

(ˈhaɪpəˌnəʊvə)
n
(Celestial Objects) an exploding star that produces even more energy and light than a supernova
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A logistic centre in Klecan covering the area of 12 ha is owned by Ahold Company, and it supplies the Hypernova and Albert stores all over Bohemia.
In particular, a phenomenon known as a white dwarf hypernova could have sucked alien life into a black hole.
In the Czech Republic, as part of the re-branding of Royal Ahold's Hypernova hypermarkets to the Albert banner completed in 2009, changes in the product assortment gave a greater emphasis on private-label and a closer alignment with the ranges available at Dutch stores, including Albert Excellent and Albert Bio.
The Sisters of Mercy performs with Hypernova at 8 p.
The evidence they gather could help scientists understand more about hypernova explosions, which are caused by the collapse of stars over 30 times the size of the sun and can take up to 10,000 years to happen - making them difficult for scientists to track.
Both shopping centres opened in December and are anchored by Hypernova supermarkets, operated by Ahold.
Ahold, owner of the Hypernova chain, finalized sale of all its large-scale outlets at the beginning of this year and is focusing on the compact format.
Some retailers, such as Hypernova, have responded to this retreat to the familiar by re-designing food areas, especially fresh produce sections, to look like market stalls.
According to a leading theory, a hypernova jet generates gamma-ray bursts when particles within it collide (SN: 7/10/99, p.
A supernova discovered by a Japanese astronomer last month is highly likely to be a hypernova, which has an explosive energy of up to 100 times greater than a supernova, according to an astronomical study Thursday.
The Pangea Day event will feature approximately 24 short films and include a number of exceptional speakers and musical performers, such as Queen Noor of Jordan and Iranian rock phenomenon Hypernova.
The Pangea Day broadcast on May 10 featured 24 short films along with internationally-known guest speakers and musicians, including Queen Noor of Jordan, Christiane Amanpour, Dave Stewart and Hypernova.