No, only large stars go supernova when nuclear fusion breaks down. While white dwarfs can go supernova in some instances, brown dwarfs are failed stars which are not powered by nuclear fusion.
Heavy stars go supernova at the end of their lives.
Really big stars, which die in supernova explosions.
they go boom, and make a supernova
Heavy stars usaly go
They don't. Stars perfrom nuclear fusion until they run out of resources, at which point they go supernova.
the color of the stars usually determines how old and how hot the star is it can also determine when the star will go supernova
Of course. It is estimated that millions, if not billions, of stars go supernova and "die", every year.