• Supernova Remnants

      csep10.phys.utk.edu/astr162/lect/supernovae/remnants.html In many cases, such supernova remnants can be identified that, because of their size and expansion velocities, must be associated with supernovae that exploded long ago.
    • Supernova - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supernova A supernova is a rare astronomical event that occurs during the last stellar evolutionary stages of a massive star's life, whose dramatic and catastrophic destruction ...
    • Guest Stars - Historical Supernovae and Remnants

      adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1987hooa.coll..265V Title: Guest Stars - Historical Supernovae and Remnants: Authors: Velusamy, T. Publication: History of Oriental Astronomy. Proceedings of an International ...
    • DMOZ - Science: Astronomy: Data Archives: Supernovae and Remnants

      www.dmoz.org/Science/Astronomy/Data_Archives/Supernovae_and_Remnants See also: Science: Astronomy: Stars: Novae and Supernovae (9) AstroArts Novae and Supernovae - Observable Novae, and Supernovae. Plus a database of all current novae ...
    • Chandra :: Resources :: Supernovas and Remnants (Illustrations)

      chandra.harvard.edu/resources/illustrations/supernova.html Supernovas and Remnants (Illustrations) 1. Supernova Infographic ... This illustration explains the process that astronomers think triggered the explosion in SN 2006gy.
    • Supernova Remnants - Astronomy

      www.astro.ufl.edu/~oyk100/SNRs/intro.html Supernova explosions are the most impressive and violent events in the Universe. Studying supernovae and their remnants is crucial for understanding the ...
    • NC State Physics

      www.physics.ncsu.edu/research/astronomy.php Research in Astrophysics. Theoretical modeling and numerical simulations of supernovae and remnants, gamma-ray bursts, gravitational radiation from supernovae and ...