Scientists in the US have developed a technique to make supernovae, or explosions that occur within the universe, using the power of science.
The team from the University of Oklahoma has developed a process that generates a high-intensity plasma stream of energy that then can be used to create supernovas.
The project is being described as the first in a series of experiments that are being used to understand the fundamental properties of stars, including the properties of the radiation emitted from them, which can help scientists find the key factors in how they evolve.
The scientists used a process called high-power pulsed X-ray laser spectroscopy to generate the energy needed to make the supernova.
It is the first time a team of researchers has created an object with this type of energy to produce an explosion of this kind.
The explosion produced was made of hydrogen.
The hydrogen is the nucleus of the star, and its light energy was converted into heat and energy by a process known as supercooling.
This is the process that creates an explosion, and when the supercooled hydrogen cools down, it generates a massive amount of heat and then explodes in a superlaser light.
This light energy can be then used to cool the gas around the superlaseon in order to make it a supermassive black hole.
The researchers have been using this process to create a new supernova known as CX1138, which is currently undergoing an intense radioisotope decay process.
This process is used to generate high-energy, high-temperature light, and this process has previously been used to make extremely powerful supernovals.
This type of process has been used before, and researchers in this country have developed an even more powerful technique for producing high-frequency light.
It is believed that this process is similar to the process used by the sun to create the energy in the first moments of the sun’s formation, and could be used for other types of stars.
Scientists are hoping that this technique will be able to produce a similar effect to that of the Sun, which produced a supernova in the early stages of its existence.
Dr James Bredesen, a member of the research team and a member from the Australian National University, said the process could also be used by other stars.
He said:”This is a very exciting opportunity to study the process and see what we can learn about it from other stars.”
Dr Bredensen said it was possible that we could develop the technology to generate supernovos using this technique, but said there was currently no way to test this.
He added that it was not known whether the process would work on other stars or if it would create the same effect on a larger scale.
Dr Breddensen added:”If this happens, then it could have a profound impact on the search for extraterrestrial life, and it could also open up a new avenue to study supernovacoms in the solar system, which are extremely rare and difficult to find.”
The research was supported by the National Science Foundation.