Astronomy - A hyper Nova

Jun 22nd, 2016
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A hyper Nova is also called a collapsar and it is a more energetic supernova, the formation of supernova and hyper Nova is similar but in a supernova, the star sheers off its outer matter and then it leaves a new start the Centre which is basically a neutron star. In the hyper Nova, the forces which occur in the star cause’s explosion which tears the inner star apart, this occurs in stars which have a mass 30 times or more great than the sun.

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Running Head: ASTRONOMY1AstronomyNameInstitutional AffiliationASTRONOMY2A hyper Nova is also called a collapsar and it is a more energetic supernova, theformation of supernova and hyper Nova is similar but in a supernova, the star sheers off its outermatter and then it leaves a new start the Centre which is basically a neutron star. In the hyperNova, the forces which occur in the star causes explosion which tears the inner star apart, thisoccurs in stars which have a mass 30 times or more great than the sun. These stars release moreenergy in seconds than the sun will release on its entire 10 billion-year time, this happens insupernova when the stars run out of fuel and can no longer support itself on its own gravity.The occurrence of the Hyper Nova is rare in the whole Milky Way and it is estimated tobe one in every million years, this makes the observation of the cosmic explosion more difficult.In another galaxy which is Twenty-five million light years from the earth, astronomers havefound what is seen as a trace of another Hyper Nova which they used to provide information ofthese massive explosions. A lot of theories have emerged which try to describe and outline whatcauses them (Anderson, 2015).One school of thought suggests that massive stars rotate at high speed or are covered in astrong magnetic force which explodes splitting the inner core. On the other hand a Hyper Novacan be caused by two stars which are in a dualistic system bumping wh

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