exploding star

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exploding star

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(Astronomy) an irregular variable star, such as a nova, supernova, or flare star, in which rapid increases in luminosity occur, caused by some form of explosion
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The exploding star, named DES16C2nm, was detected by the Dark Energy Survey (DES), an international collaboration to map several hundred million galaxies in order to find out more about dark energy -- the mysterious force believed to be causing the accelerated expansion of the universe.
Scientists are anticipating one of the biggest astronomical events in mankind come 2022, as an exploding star is believed to engulf the night sky.
ASTRONOMERS have taken a breathtaking journey deep into the Crab Nebula, the famous remnant of an exploding star that dazzled Chinese astronomers in the 11th century.
TEHRAN (FNA)- NASA scientists captured images of a supernova, or an exploding star, for the first time yesterday and we are totally transfixed by the video.
Supernova explosions, triggered when the fuel within a star reignites or its core collapses, launch a detonation shock wave that sweeps through a few light years of space from the exploding star in just a few hundred years.
In this case, the element is titanium-44, which has an unstable nucleus produced at the heart of the exploding star.
By Marc Kaufman WASHINGTON--Astronomers have discovered the brightest and most powerful exploding star ever detected--one that is five times stronger than any measured before.
At Studio Miscetti, the installation Le Ceneri di Gramsci (Gramsci's Ashes), 2005, named after a 1954 poem by Pier Paolo Pasolini, consisted of an open-framed model of a nineteenth-century industrial building built over a wooden box whose top was a horizontal screen showing an image of an exploding star, looking something like a cosmic birth.
Radio telescopes trained on an exploding star, a supernova, 30 million light years away, have found a source of radiation at its core.
com pictures al-Sahhaf on the exploding Star Wars Death Star and at the Battle of Waterloo - still maintaining that everything is just fine.
Only the heat of an exploding star can make carbon and iron and all the heavy stuff that makes trees and mountains and elephants and people.
In Entertainment Weekly' s first major piece on the exploding star, writer Andrew Essex asserted that Martin's cross-gender appeal has "sparked is-he-or-isn't-he watercooler debates.