What are the most luminous objects in the universe?

supergiant stars
novae
supernovae
quasars
A quasar is an ex­treme­ly en­er­get­ic source of ra­di­a­tion powered by ac­cre­tion disc around galaxy's central su­per­mas­sive black hole. Quasars were much more common in the early uni­verse, as all known quasars are ex­treme­ly distant.

Answers distribution

supergiant stars
novae
supernovae
quasars
answers
flagCroatia
8%
8%
8%
75%
12
flagDenmark
0%
0%
38%
61%
13
flagSpain
8%
0%
33%
58%
12
flagNorway
17%
3%
21%
57%
28
flagthe Philippines
14%
3%
28%
53%
28
flagthe Netherlands
4%
4%
39%
52%
23
flagCanada
7%
3%
34%
50%
26
flagthe United Arab Emirates
20%
5%
20%
50%
20
flagItaly
25%
0%
25%
50%
16
flagIndia
17%
2%
29%
49%
170
flagPakistan
17%
5%
23%
47%
17
flagGermany
7%
3%
42%
46%
109
flagthe United Kingdom
8%
3%
41%
45%
220
flagPoland
7%
4%
46%
41%
6260
flagthe United States
13%
3%
41%
41%
365
flagUnknown
11%
1%
46%
40%
62
flagFrance
0%
4%
54%
40%
22
flagRepublic of Ireland
13%
6%
46%
33%
15
flagAustralia
25%
6%
37%
31%
16

Gender

men40%
women33%
supergiant stars
5%
10%
novae
3%
4%
supernovae
50%
50%
quasars
40%
33%

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