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Searched for: LC Classification is Science -- Astronomy -- Descriptive astronomy -- Stars -- Other particular types of stars, A-Z -- Supernovae
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This interactive feature details the demise of a two-star system and its concluding event, a Type Ia supernova. Students may navigate through the feature's slides which explain the process. Illustrations are included....
This interactive feature describes the demise of very large individual stars called supergiants, which explode and become Type II supernovae. It also describes how the process produces increasingly heavier elements....
The Supernova Educator?s Guide was developed by the XMM-Newton and GLAST E/PO programs. It features three curriculum enhancement activities and one scientific literacy activity, extensive background information, a...
In this computer-based exercise, students analyze realistically simulated X-ray spectra of a supernova remnant and determine the abundances of various elements in them. In the end, they will find that the elements...
All the stars in the universe, including the Sun, are nuclear furnaces fueled by fusion. Beginning with the fusion of hydrogen and continuing with fusion of successively heavier elements, stars form all the naturally...
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