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Originally posted by samureyed
Someone may be able to correct me if I am wrong, I am not an astronomer by any means. But I believe there are multiple types of stars that go supernova. From a white dwarf to a red giant, or class M star. The largest star on that diagram is Antares, a Class M Supergiant. The radius of Antares is larger than the orbit of Mars!