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Astronomers Use Supercomputer to Model a Hypernova For 300 Days After Explosion – ScienceAlert

The answers to many questions in astronomy are hidden behind the veil of deep time.

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The answers to many questions in astronomy are hidden behind the veil of deep time.
One of those questions is around the role that supernovae played in the early Universe. It was the job of early supernovae to forge the heavier elements that were not forged in the Big Bang. How did that process play out? How did those early stellar explosions play out?
A trio of researchers turned to a supercomputer simulation to find some answers.
Their results are presented in a paper titled ‘Gas Dynamics o…

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