Before a Supernova, Stars Show Signs of Instability for Months

In the most common type of supernova, the iron core of a massive star suddenly collapses in on itself and the outer layers are thrown out into space in a spectacular explosion. Credit Weizmann Institute of Science New research led by Weizmann Institute of Science researchers shows that the stars

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