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Supernova explosion fuse the heavier elements and blow them around that part of space.

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    14.7 Supergiants and Supernovas

    14.7 Supergiants and Supernovas

    by Maggie Mabery //basic
    Explain the importance of supernovas and how a star becomes a supergiant.
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    Supergiants and Supernovas

    Supergiants and Supernovas

    by Michael Maguire JR //basic
    Explain the importance of supernovas and how a star becomes a supergiant.
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    Hubble Supernova

    Hubble Supernova

    by Kyle Bardman //basic
    Here is a helpful video explaining the phenomenon of supernovas. Courtesy of: SpaceRip
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    A Serendipitous Supernova

    A Serendipitous Supernova

    by Radim Sinkora //basic
    A supernova explosion occurred at a serendipitous time in the birth of our solar system. This gave us the heavy elements; scientists discuss whether it also caused the formation of the sun and planets.
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