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 TITLE: On the role of relativistic electrons in the imploding stage of supernovas

 AUTHOR: Ben-Amots, N.

 SOURCE: Lecture in IARD2014 Conference, in Friday, 13th June 2014, at the Universify of Connecticut, Storrs, U.S.A.

  SUMMARY: We are speaking about exploding stars exceeding 8 MSUN.
Forming supernova star implodes before exploding.
The processes causing implosion are relatively understood.
Not so the processes that reverse the implosion into explosion.
We propose and discuss three possible relativistic processes that can reverse implosion of a star into an explosion, causing supernova.

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