What remains at the site of the SN outbreak?

Remnants of shells ejected by supernovae are visible as expanding nebulae of gas. Pulsars sometimes remain in the center – powerful sources of radio emission. Currently, it is believed that pulsars are rapidly rotating superdense (neutron) stars, whose radii are about 10 km, and the masses are approximately equal to the mass of the Sun.

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