Periodically, Fedora will update the kernel (core of the operating system) and since there can be individual problems with all the hardware out there, some might have a bit of trouble with a new kernel. So, by default Fedora will show both the new kernel and the previous one, so you can still use the older one in case of a problem. Older kernels beyond those two are automatically removed.
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