A1 3 The Moving Earth

Cheuk Tang, Lewis Armitage, Matthew Alexander


Supernova explosions happen all over the Universe. We consider an unlikely situation where our Sun gains mass and undergoes a supernova explosion. We estimate that if the Sun explodes at 8 solar masses, the momentum of the explosion causes the Earth to move away at a velocity of 14 km s-1.

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