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Among the two types of supernova explosions that are known to occur in the universe, there is one fundamental difference — the number of stars involved, which could be one or two. When one star — specifically a white dwarf — from a binary system explodes, it is called a Type Ia supernova and is used by astronomers to measure the rate of the universe’s expansion.

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