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|supernova||n: a powerful and luminous explosion that occurs in some stars, resulting in an extremely bright, short-lived object that later fades into a supernova remnant|
|fuel||n: a substance that is typically burned to generate heat or energy|
|nuclear||adj: of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of an atom; deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy|
|fusion||n: the process of combining two or more things to form a single entity|
|fade||v: to vanish; to fade away; to lose color; to lose freshness|
|dull||adj: not interesting or exciting; not bright, vivid, or shiny; not active, brisk, or sharp|
|celestial||adj: relating to the sky or the heavens; of or like the sky or the heavens|
|dwarf||n: a person or animal that is much smaller than usual or expected for its type; a celestial body, especially a planet, that is smaller and less massive than a star|
|explode||v: to burst or break open violently and noisily; to cause something to burst or break open|
|explosion||n: a violent release induced by a chemical or nuclear reaction|
|fuse||n: a small part in an electrical device or machinery that can interrupt the flow of electrical current when it is overloaded; (verb) to become plastic or fluid or liquefied from heat|
|massive||adj: enormous amount; very heavy and solid|
|gravity||n: the force that attracts a body towards the center of the earth or towards any other physical body having mass; a manner that is solemn|
|oxygen||n: the chemical element with the symbol O that is present in air and water and is necessary for people, animals, and plants to live|
|silicon||n: a chemical element with the symbol Si that is a hard, brittle crystalline solid with a blue-grey metallic luster and used for the transistors and integrated circuit chips in computers|
|phosphorus||n: a chemical element with the symbol P and atomic number 15 that is a non-metallic, highly reactive, and luminescent element|
|calcium||n: a chemical element with the symbol Ca and atomic number 20, which is an important mineral for the human body|
|cosmic||adj: relating to the universe or cosmos; vast or limitless|
|core||n: the most essential or fundamental part of something|
|collapse||v: to fall down or give way suddenly, often after breaking apart|
|slightly||adv: in a small degree or extent; a little|
|mass||n: a large amount of a substance with no definite shape or form; a large number of people or things grouped or crowded together|
|outshine||v: to be more brilliant, striking, or impressive than; to outdo or excel|
|galaxy||n: an independent group of stars, interstellar gas, dark matter, etc., in the universe, bound together by gravity|
|generate||v: to produce or create something; to make offspring by reproduction|
|mercury||n: a heavy, silvery-white metal that is liquid at room temperature and is used in thermometers, electrical equipment, and other devices; (Mercury) the smallest planet and the nearest to the sun|
|accord||n: an official agreement or treaty between two organizations, countries, etc.; (verb) allow to have|
|bang||v: to hit or cause to hit something in a way that makes a loud noise|
|giant||adj: enormous; much bigger or more important than similar items usually are|
|potassium||n: a chemical element with the symbol K, atomic number 19, that is essential for the functioning of living organisms|
|astronomer||n: a physicist who studies astronomy|
|disprove||v: to show that something is not true or correct|
|universe||n: everything that exists, especially all physical matter, including planets, stars, galaxies, and all other forms of matter and energy|
|radioactive||adj: emitting powerful and dangerous energy when the nuclei (= central parts) of atoms are broken up|
|uranium||n: a chemical element with the symbol U, atomic number 92, that is a dense, silvery-white metal that is radioactive and is used as a fuel for nuclear power plants|