How many typical stars can supernova be luminous as?

ten typical stars
one thousand typical stars
one million stars
one hundred billion stars
Su­per­novae are ex­treme­ly luminous and often briefly outshine an entire galaxy. No su­per­no­va has been observed in the Milky Way since 1604, but they are often observed in distant gal­ax­ies.

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flagFinland
9%
0%
18%
72%
11
flagSpain
5%
0%
27%
66%
18
flagNorway
4%
17%
13%
65%
23
flagRepublic of Ireland
7%
7%
23%
61%
13
flagPakistan
7%
15%
15%
61%
13
flagthe Philippines
4%
4%
27%
59%
22
flagGermany
5%
10%
25%
57%
88
flagItaly
0%
23%
15%
61%
13
flagPoland
5%
13%
27%
52%
6246
flagCanada
3%
16%
30%
50%
30
flagthe United Kingdom
7%
10%
31%
49%
217
flagthe United States
7%
16%
29%
44%
374
flagAustralia
12%
12%
25%
43%
16
flagIndia
13%
20%
20%
42%
162
flagFrance
8%
29%
25%
37%
24
flagUU
11%
15%
42%
30%
26
flagLithuania
10%
10%
50%
30%
10
flagthe Netherlands
9%
13%
50%
27%
22

Gender

men54%
women47%
ten typical stars
5%
5%
one thousand typical stars
13%
15%
one million stars
26%
30%
one hundred billion stars
54%
47%

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