A hypernova (pl. hypernovae or hypernovas) is a type of star explosion with an
energy substantially higher than that of standard supernovae. An alternative term
Dec 18, 2008 ... A hypernova explosion, the possible source of powerful gamma-ray bursts, is
about 100 times more energetic than a supernova explosion and ...
May 20, 1999 ... "Hypernovae are possibly the most powerful explosions in our Universe since the
Big Bang," said Q. Daniel Wang, an astrophysicist at ...
Nov 12, 2011 ... A hypernova, also known as a collapsar, is an extremely energetic supernova.
The two are not to be confused, even if their formation is very ...
A hypernova (alternatively called a collapsar) is a very energetic supernova
thought to result from an extreme core-collapse scenario. In this case a massive
Aug 29, 2011 ... Betelgeuse, one of the brightest stars in the sky, could burst into its supernova
phase and become as bright as a full moon - and last for as long ...
Nova, "new star"; supernova, a "super" nova; hypernova, a super-duper, or super
super, nova! This word appeared in the astronomical literature at least as.
Jan 14, 2016 ... supernova Jin Ma at Beijing PlanetariumIllustration of what this supernova would
look like from the surface of an exoplanet 10,000 light years ...
What is a Hypernova? A hypernova is the most destructive force in this universe.
The power is almost incomprehensible and they seem to produce so much ...
Hypernova. 17469 likes · 33 talking about this. "There's no point chasing
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