cool, very interesting. thanks
posted on 03/26/2013 3:22:20 PM PDT
A helium-dominated star is contrasted with a "normal" star? Who are we to judge?
aka the “Super-duperNova”
posted on 03/26/2013 3:44:52 PM PDT
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posted on 03/26/2013 4:44:16 PM PDT
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posted on 03/26/2013 4:45:34 PM PDT
Material from a hot, blue helium star at right is funneling toward a carbon/oxygen white dwarf star
None of them appeared in elliptical galaxies, which are filled with old stars. This suggests that Type Iax supernovas come from young star systems.
Somebody help me out here. Wouldnt a carbon/oxygen white dwarf star be a second generation star? Are second generation stars consistent with young systems?
posted on 03/26/2013 5:24:25 PM PDT
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Can’t all these supernova’s just get along?
posted on 03/26/2013 5:26:00 PM PDT
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posted on 03/26/2013 6:04:45 PM PDT
by left that other site
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Is it “gay?” (Seems like everything else is....)
posted on 03/26/2013 7:00:56 PM PDT
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