How does a supernova completely destroy a star?


Mohit baid
Tuesday, 12 January 2021 07:41 AM
But they do not explode like a bomb explodes, blowing away every bit of the original bomb. Rather, when a star explodes into a supernova, its core survives. The reason for this is that the explosion is caused by a gravitational rebound effect and not by a chemical reaction, as explained by NASA.