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According to a certain reference, the current entropy S of an ideal gas isS = nR ln V + S_{0}V being its current volume and S_{0} being its entropy at some starting volume V_{0}. n being the number of moles present, and R being the gas constant. So, is it correct to conclude that as the gases spewed out by a supernova continue out into space, their entropy is increasing?