What is Supernovae?
Supernovae has a huge explosion at the end of star's life cycle.
A Supernovae is the biggest explosion that humans have ever seen.
This is a really strong explosion. Following this reaction, either a new star or a white dwarf is formed.
Supernovae are significant because they disperse elements heavier than iron across the cosmos.
Supernovae are also useful for scientists in measuring distances in the cosmos.
ASASSN-15lh, the most intense supernovae yet discovered, has been detected by astronomers.
This supernovae's core had to be 50 to 100 times larger than our Sun.
Scientists value the study of supernovae because it teaches them a lot about the cosmos.