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Exoplanets are usually found orbiting lower-mass stars, as higher-mass stars blow their planets away as they form. Some high-mass stars go supernova before any planets even get the chance to form. Some lower-mass supernova stars have planets, resulting in many exoplanets orbiting neutron stars and pulsars.