yeah, sort of, but im unsure. So Is that possible, that supernova explosion of a star will cause another ray of fast moving stuff like photons, which is focused, so it has damaging effects far away from the stellar system? like for example there re at least 1000 of such stellar systems where there is a hot jupiter in it, and these are all edge on to earth, so sometimes the the hot jupiter "is" between us and the star. i think that the hot jupiter might change cause of the energies from the rays of supernova, sine it might be close enough to get enough concentrations. The changed material of the planet might eihter focuse some wavelength, or the secondary nuclear reactions starting from one surface of HJ interacting with the farther away part of waves of the star somehow result in focused beam. Was that considered by some, simuklated its piosibilities based on data available or such? is it possible by theory?