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Supernovae Stardust

Supernovae are basic to life; they spread atomic elements around the cosmos and trigger the collapse of gathering nebulae (thus stimulating the formation of other stars). Even your body is supernova stardust. In fact everything in the universe - hydrogen excepted - was originally made inside a star.

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