James Webb Space Telescope research team, with the cooperation of Vrije Universiteit Brussel, detects radiation from nebula-concealed neutron star in the iconic supernova SN 1987A

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Supernovas are the spectacular end result of the collapse of stars with a mass greater than 8-10 times that of the sun. This process creates chemical elements such as carbon, oxygen, silicon and iron that make life possible. However, supernovas are also responsible for the creation of neutron stars and black holes, the most exotic objects in the universe.
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