A typical supernova of an average single star large enough to produce one shines as bright as roughly how many Suns?

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    a few billion, enough to outshine a small dwarf galaxy
     100 to 200 billion, as much as the Milky Way Galaxy
     several trillions, as much as a very large galaxy
     about five hundred, as much as in a small open star cluster
     a few hundred thousand to a million, as much as in a typical globular cluster
asked Sep 20, 2012 in Astronomy by anonymous
    

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a few billion, enough to outshine a small dwarf galaxy
answered Sep 22, 2012 by SkyStar ~Expert~ (2,855 points)

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