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Supernovae Feature Summary

Worth a Look
You might enjoy visiting the Supernovae page, provided by the Goddard Space Flight Center, to learn why some stars die in a supernova explosion and how neutron stars are formed.

- Find out what specific star masses lead to which death at You Are My Shining Star, published by the American Physical Society.
- For more detailed information, see these pages on Solar-Mass Star death and High-Mass Star death from the Australia Telescope National Facility.

(This feature was updated on August 14, 2013.)
June 16, 2009 - July 1, 2009