of Supernovae Existence
Unlocking Cosmic Mysteries: New Evidence Reveals the Existence of Supernovae, Shedding Light on the Enigmatic Nature of these Celestial Events.
Cosmic Dawn Ended the Dark Ages After the Big Bang, but the Mass Distribution of the First Stars Remains a Mystery.
Prof. Zhao Gang's Study Sheds Light on Pair-Instability Supernovae (PISNe) from the Early Universe's Massive Stars.
LAMOST J1010+2358, a Chemically Unique Star, Provides Compelling Evidence of PISNe Occurrence.
PISNe causes Hydrodynamical Instability through Electron-Positron Pair Production.
J1010+2358's Odd-Even Variance and Low Sodium Abundance Support the Prediction of Primordial PISN from 260 Solar Mass Stars.
The Star's Abundance Indicates a Reduction in Thermal Pressure and Partial Collapse in its Core.
The Discovery Helps Constrain the Initial Mass Function in the Early Universe.
J1010+2358's High Iron Abundance Suggests that PISN-Dominated Gas May Form More Metal-rich Second-Generation Stars.
Prof. Avi Loeb Calls Evidence for Early Pair-Instability Supernovae a Holy Grail in Searching for Metal-Poor Stars.
Prof. Timothy Beers Acknowledges the Significance of Associating a Galactic Halo Star with a PISN Abundance Pattern.
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