Noun(1) a star that ejects some of its material in the form of a cloud and becomes more luminous in the process
(1) As matter builds in the space between the stars, the increase in energy can cause matter to be ejected from the system as a nova or supernova.(2) For the same reason, the Star is unlikely to have been a nova, even though Chinese astrologers recorded the appearance of bright novae or ├ö├ç├┐guest stars├ö├ç├û in March, 5 BC and April, 4 BC.(3) The camera pans across a galaxy of stars and planets, novae , and nebulae twinkling in the blackness.(4) For example, amateurs have always been to the fore in discovering comets and novae , hunting for supernovae, and monitoring events happening on the planets.(5) Environments are filled with planets, black holes, novas , asteroids and wormholes among other objects, and each is rendered with stunning detail.
Different Formsnova, novas
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