A super Luminous supernova or commonly known as hypernova is a Stellar explosion with luminous intensity roughly 10 times greater than that of a standard Supernova. A hypernova is distinguished from its long Gamma-ray burst which ranges from 2 seconds to over a minute in duration. Initially gamma rays burst was a mystery as it cannot be correlated with any of the known phenomenons such as supernova, solar flares, or any other activity in the night sky. The first hypernova was observed in 1998 and it has a luminosity which was 100 times higher than a standard Supernova. Today, it is believed that stars with M ? 40 produce hypernovas. Physicists have confirmed that there are several reasons as to why a hypernova cause such as:

•          The collapsar model

•          Circumstellar material model

•          Pair-instability supernova

•          Magnetar energy release

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