How much is a kompan supernova?
Approx $7,000 US Dollars (2013)
Supernova grossed $14,218,868 worldwide.
Supernova grossed $14,218,868 in the domestic market.
A supernova will usually spell the death of the star. Much of the star's material will be blown into space. In the case of the important sort of supernova called a Type II supernova, what remains will become a neutron star or a black hole (depending on how much mass is left after the supernova explosion).
I believe it can become either. The critical factor is, how much mass is left after the supernova explosion. I believe it can become either. The critical factor is, how much mass is left after the supernova explosion. I believe it can become either. The critical factor is, how much mass is left after the supernova explosion. I believe it can become either. The critical factor is, how much mass is left after the supernova… Read More
There aren't really any comparisons to be made to a supernova. Let's try one; a supernova is as much brighter than the Sun is as the Sun is to a flashlight. A supernova will release as much energy in an hour as a regular star does in its entire 10-billion year life.
A supernova is the explosion of a star. If it would have any gravity, it would be the original gravity of the host star.
Either a black hole, or a neutron star. That depends on how much mass is left after the supernova explosion.
Much bigger. Earth is a relatively small planet, much smaller than even a dwarf star. A supernova is a very large star exploding.
Well a supernova is the explosions or death of a star, so the Vela supernova is probably the supernova of the star vela!
A supernova is an exploding star.
A supernova is the result of a collapsing star not a collapsing supernova.
No, a supernova is an explosion of a star. What left of a supernova are celestial bodies.
Yes and No. It all depends how near you are to it. A supernova can explode with as much energy as our Sun puts out in it's entire life time. (About 10 trillion of the most powerful hydrogen bombs). However, if you stay on Earth, you will be perfectly safe, as our Sun will not become a supernova.
Supernova are extremely luminous and cause a burst of radiation that can outshine an entire galaxy. During this short period, a supernova can radiate as much energy as the Sun would emit over its life span. The explosion expels much or all of a star's material, driving a shock wave into the surrounding interstellar medium. This shock wave sweeps up an expanding shell of gas and dust called a supernova remnant. They are massive. Some… Read More
That would be a supernova explosion. That would be a supernova explosion. That would be a supernova explosion. That would be a supernova explosion.
The last supernova seen was in 1604. A Supernova has happened in over 400 Years!
It can destroy whole planets, or solar systems... O_O
A supernova can be massive but some aren't. Every supernova is a dieing star. Supernovae are exploding stars. They represent the very final stages of evolution for some stars. Supernovae, as celestial events, are huge releases of tremendous energy, as the star ceases to exist, with about 1020 times as much energy produced in the supernova explosion as our Sun releases every second.
It means that the star converts to a supernova. In other words, there is a supernova explosion.
The largest supernova is called a hypernova or type 1c Supernova. See related question.
How much energy is carried away from a supernova in the form of neutrinos compared to the energy a supernova emits in the form of electromagnetic radiation?
About 100 times more. (Source: I did my homework on Mastering Astronomy, and this was the correct answer.)
A Supernova occurs when a star explodes. :)
A supernova is the destruction of a star - it does not have a weight.
It depends on the type of supernova. A supernova 1a would be mostly hydrogen, where as a type II supernova would have little hydrogen and alot of the other gases.
A supernova is an exploding star. The Earth would be instantly incinerated, of course. There is approximately zero chance this will ever happen, though. If there was a supernova near Earth ... it would depend on how near. Betelgeuse is a good candidate for a supernova "soon" (within the next million years or so). Scientists who have modeled supernova explosions don't expect it will have much of an impact. If a star nearer than Betelgeuse… Read More
Not much other than that they both emit light in large quantities. A nebula is a grouping of billions of stars, while a supernova is a single star exploding at a stage in its development. Comments: That meaning of "nebula" as a galaxy (or a star cluster within a galaxy) is a bit out of date now. Nowadays a nebula usually means a cloud of gas and dust. It doesn't usually emit much light. Actually… Read More
The Production Budget for Supernova was $60,000,000.
Supernova was released on 01/14/2000.
A supernova is the explosion of a high mass star.
No - only stars can go supernova
Betelgeuse will be a Type II Supernova.
A supernova. supernova
The Crab Nebula is an example of a supernova remnant.
A red giant can become a supernova.
A supernova releases energy (light and heat)
a supernova star is Kepler's Star.
Type "you" supernova do not exist.
No, only stars can go supernova.
How much brighter than Sirius would the Betelgeuse supernova be in your sky if it reached a maximum luminosity?
The supernova would be so much brighter that it's hard to compare, at least 10 magnitudes brighter then Sirius. It would probably be about the same brightness as the full moon in the sky.
No, only a large star can become a supernova; the earth is far too small for a supernova happen.
A supernova is when a massive star explodes. The first possible supernova was after the death of the first stars, which would have been about 13 billion years ago. The last supernova could have been today.
"Supernovae" is a plural form of "supernova"
A supernova is a catastrophic explosion of a very massive star.
No, not a supernova.
No. A pulsar is a remnant left behind by a supernova.
Never. Our sun is incapable of going supernova.
It is right to conclude that a type I supernova is what it is because it managed to take out so much matter from its surrounding neighbor until it exceeded a 1.4M Chandrasekhar limit. Exceeding that limit meant that it had to tip over.
A Supernova core has an temperature of about 100 billion kelvin (100 GK); 6000 times the temperature of the sun's core. Supernovae are extremely bright and cause a burst of radiation that can briefly outshine an entire galaxy. During this short interval, a supernova can radiate as much energy as the Sun would produce over its entire life span. Some supernova are reported to have temperatures > 50 million degrees F
Gravity= the wrong answer! Its a supernova i know this because i just took a science quiz and it was A SUPERNOVA! Gravity= wrong answer Supernova= CORRECT ANSWER