Subject: Where's the neutron star left behind by the supernova that created us?
Date: Tue Oct 16 20:02:08 2001
Posted by Stewart
Grade level: undergrad
School: No school entered.
City: Tidioute State/Province: PA
Area of science: Astronomy
The heavier elements in our solar system were made in a star that went
supernova. It is my understanding that an exploding star would leave behind a
neutron star. The existence of our solar system would require such a neutron
star. Do astronomers know where our neutron star is located?
Re: Where's the neutron star left behind by the supernova that created us?
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