What we usually think when we hear the word supernova is a massive explosion of a star that can be seen from a large distance because of its huge scale. This is actually a type II supernova, where a massive star, more than 1.4 solar masses (the Chandrasekhar limit), violently explodes from the red supergiant state to become either a neutron star or a black hole.

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