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When massive stars die, they don’t fade away gently, instead they explode as supernovae – and in some cases, hypernovae – and leave behind supernova remnants, neutron stars, and even black holes. But how they get to this point is really amazing; high-mass stars evolve very fast and create elements heavier than carbon and oxygen. During the supernova, they create heavy elements. In fact, Betelgeuse in Orion is about to go supernova!
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