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A 15-solar-mass star explodes as a supernova but astronomers are unable to find a visible compact object within the remnant. What is the most likely explanation?



The supernova created a black hole.



The supernova completely destroyed the star, leaving nothing behind.



The supernova created a pulsar but it is not visible from Earth because of the direction of its rotational axis.



The supernova created a pulsar but it is not visible from Earth because it is too old to generate detectable radio beams.

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