Supernova

Somewhere in the cosmos, a star is reaching the end of its life.

Maybe it’s a massive star, collapsing under its own gravity.

TYPES OF SUPERNOVAE

TYPE 1 SUPERNOVA

TYPE 2 SUPERNOVA

NEPTUNE

Neptune

Neptune is known as the eighth and farthest planet from the Sun This distant blue planet has faint rings, numerous moons, and no solid surface.

MARS

The Red Planet

The red planet Mars has been known to humans since ancient times. It has been the target of dozens of space missions and will hopefully soon be visited by us!

VENUS

The Amazing Venus

As the brightest planet in the sky, Venus has been known to astronomers since ancient times. It’s brightness makes it visible during the day.

SATURN

The Amazing Ringed Planet

Adorned with beautiful bright rings, Saturn is sometimes referred to as “the Jewel of the Solar System”.

THE SUN

The Mighty Sun

The Sun is what is known as a main sequence star; that is, a sphere composed primarily of the two gases hydrogen and helium such that certain conditions are met.

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Supernova

Somewhere in the cosmos, a star is reaching the end of its life. A massive star, stealing matter from another star until it can’t handle its own mass.

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