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Twin Star Explosions Fascinate Astronomers:
An image of the two supernovas side by side in the galaxy NGC 1316 is pictured here. The first supernova, still visible on the "right" in the image, was detected on June 19, 2006, and was named SN 2006dd. The second supernova, on the immediate "left" in the image, was detected on November 5 and has been named SN 2006mr. (Other objects in the image include a central bright spot, whic is the galaxy core, and a bright object to the far left, like an earring, which is a foreground star.)
Originally posted by Thurisaz
I am looking for some information regarding twin stars and twin Planets.
What would happen if two stars collided?
Originally posted by jra
In regards to planets, we know next to nothing about ones outside our solar system except for some basic characteristics.
And for twin stars, are you looking for ones that are identical to each other or ones that are apart of a binary star system?