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Name: Wol
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Age: 18
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Date: 8/31/2004


Question:
What is a hypernova and what does it got to do with Gamma ray blasts?


Replies:
Just this month Scientific American (summer 2004) published a special issue "Majestic Universe". You will find in those 85 pages the answer that is far better than I can give. It is also full of beautiful photos, and illustrations.

Vince Calder



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