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The very first exoplanets discovered were orbiting a 'Neutron Star'. So far, no agreed upon method of planetary formation has been accepted. I'm partial to the idea of 'Chthonian' planets. Hypothetical gas giants, whose outer envelopes are stripped away from some nearby cataclysm. A supernova seems most likely.When a star explodes as a Supernova, what will happened to it's planets ? (Lets suppose that, the star has it's own planetary system)