As nouns the difference between supernova and neutrinosphere
is that supernova
is supernova while neutrinosphere
is (astronomy) the region of a star or supernova rich in neutrinos.
(astronomy) A star which explodes, increasing its brightness to typically a billion times that of our sun, though attenuated by the great distance from our sun. Some leave only debris (Type I); others fade to invisibility as neutron stars (Type II).
* supernova remnant
(astronomy) The region of a star or supernova rich in neutrinos