What is the ‘fire fossil’?

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They are the remnants of a supernova explode after.

The fireballs are fossil remains that may remain after the explosion of a supernova.  The gas within these stellar remnants preserved evidence  -ionized silicon and sulfur, which reveal that there were high temperatures. They are called “fossil” in astronomical parlance because they harbor “footprints” of the past.

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