Translation of supernova in Spanish:

supernova

supernova, n.

Pronunciation /ˌsuːpəˈnəʊvə//ˌsupərˈnoʊvə/

noun

  • 1

    supernova feminine
    • I read up on interstellar objects and astrophysics and studied quasars, pulsars and supernovas, but my main focus was black holes.
    • An international team of astronomers has identified the surviving companion star to the 1572 supernova explosion witnessed by the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe.
    • They discover comets, asteroids, quasars, pulsars, supernovae, planets orbiting other stars, and galaxies at the edge of the universe, but none have ever claimed to have discovered a UFO.
    • The research and analysis ranges from providing more accurate hurricane predictions, to climate change, galaxy formation, black holes and supernovas.
    • The picture provides evidence that supernovae are one source of cosmic rays, highly energetic particles that bombard the planet, passing through us in their thousands every day.