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A type 1 supernova is a type of supernova that happens when one of the stars in a binary system is a white dwarf. The other star might be anything from a massive black hole to a little white dwarf. Carbon–oxygen white dwarfs with a low rate of spin are physically constrained to masses less than 1.44 solar masses. Thermonuclear supernovae are also known as Type 1 supernovae. When the core of a large star collapses, this sort of explosion does...

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