What is a Supernova?
Name: burbank school
Date: 1993 - 1999
What is a supernova?
It is the result of an exploding star, especially on that has
possibly collapsed adn then exploded because it got to too high
a pressure. It is now believed that the heavier elements are
created in the pressures of an exploding supernova, that is ,
thisis thought to be the only place this happens . This is
one reason that gold is fairly rare.
Samuel P Bowen
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