The cataclysmic explosion of a massive star. A Supernova may, for a short time, out shine an entire galaxy of a hundred billion ordinary stars. It is thought to leave behind a highly compressed neutron star.
Our Sun could never go supernova because it is simply too small. Only a massive star could die as a supernova.
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