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originally posted by: midnightstar
Stupid news .
First a star that explodes will NEVER be a black hole .
A black hole is formed when a huge star collapse not explode .
Second there is NO reason a star cant explode more then once .
A big star explodes then the gravity pulls alot of the stars matter back and once it gets enough already being unstable it explodes again .
There are two kinds of Novas a super nova and a regular nova the regular Nova can very well happen more then once event .
what has p[probably got them puzzled is this stars mass may not be enough for the event like this .
But more then likly the star is just getting mass from a cloud or planetsbeing pulled in or what ever .
Once again its just a matter of finding the missing mass .