Supernovae are some of the most powerful and destructive events in the universe. They occur when the core of a massive star collapses due to its own gravity, causing it to explode in a brilliant flash of light and energy. The energy released is so great that it can outshine an entire galaxy. Supernovae are responsible for creating many of the elements that make up the universe, such as oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon. They also leave behind massive clouds of interstellar dust and gas that can eventually form new stars and planets. In this section, you can find the latest news about supernovae and their associated research, as well as articles and videos about these incredible events.