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  • This Star Explosion Will Be Seen In The Sky

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    This Supernova Explosion Will Be Seen In The Sky From Earth
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    One of the most cataclysmic events in the universe: When a massive star bigger than our Sun reaches the end of its life, it creates a supernova. A powerful explosion destructive on a scale almost beyond human imagining. And sometimes so powerful they can be seen by the naked eye from Earth.

    Scientists thought they understood this phenomenon, but recent discoveries have revealed not one, but two new kinds of supernova.

    But just how powerful is a supernova, and could the Earth one day be destroyed by the blast from one? Get ready to be surprised by the answers to this and more...

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  • This Star Explosion Will Be Seen On The Earth in 2022, Can We Survive It?

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  • You Will See This Supernova Explosion In The Sky!

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    You Will See This Supernova Explosion In The Sky!
    Astronomers have predicted that next year a binary star system will come together, merge, and then explode. If and when this happens, it will be a momentous moment when observers are able to watch a stellar merger and explosion for literally the first time in human history. Better yet, you won’t even need some high-tech telescope to watch the explosion go down. Yes, most scientists believe that this explosion will be visible with the naked-eye for most people here on Earth.


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  • This Star Will Explode Soon And Youll See It on Earth

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    All the stars we see, including our Sun, are in a balance of powers. Stars are very heavy objects, so they have strong gravity, which presses them from the outside and makes them shrink. But inside a star, while it burns fuel, there are nuclear reactions that produce incredible amounts of energy. This energy is the light and heat that we feel during the day. But most importantly, these reactions increase the pressure inside the star and create a force that is fighting with gravity.

    A star the size of our Sun can shine for about 10 billion years. Specifically, our lovely Sun is about 4.5 billion years old and has already burned half its fuel. The next stage in a star's life comes when it runs out of juice. Internal pressure drops, but gravity continues to press. In less than half a second, a huge star turns into a small and dense object. This rapid collapse creates incredible shock waves that cause the upper layers of the star to explode. Boom! But what happens next? Well, the heavier the star, the more interesting the events will be.

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  • This Star Explosion Could Be Seen From Earth in 2022

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    As the second brightest star in the constellation Orion, and marking the Hunters right shoulder, Betelgeuse, has been an object of fascination ever since it’s discovery. They have now predicted that Betelgeuse is headed for a massive explosion in 2022, the likes of which have never been seen before. And what’s even better is that we might just get to see it right here, from planet Earth.

    Welcome to Factnomenal and today we will be talking about the most exciting space event of our time, the colossal explosion of the giant star Betelgeuse.


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  • This Star Explosion Will Be Seen On The Earth. But?

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    In 2022, there will be a spectacular sky show. Two stars will merge into one, pushing out excess gas into an explosion known as a Red Nova. It will be as bright as Polaris in the sky, and just behind Sirius and Vega in brightness. The collision in the constellation of Cygnus will be visible from the Earth for up to six months. You will not need a telescope to see this divine explosion.
    The objects, termed KIC 9832227, are currently contact binaries. Contact binary refers to two objects that are so close they are currently touching. The object was discovered by Kepler. The expected outcome is a merger between the two stars that will put on quite a show. Because both are low mass stars, the expected temperature is low, with Molnar terming it a “red nova.”



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  • We May See A Supernova Explosion in 2022!

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    18 Quadrillion kms away from us there is a binary star system, KIC 9832227 where two stars are orbiting each other. 7 years ago in 2013, scientists saw changes in its brightness. So they decided to study it further more detailed study concluded that these two stars are rapidly coming closer and they are about to merge into each other.

    Just 2 years from now, in 2022, these binary stars will eventually merge and cause a massive supernova explosion. This explosion will form a giant Red Nova. This Red Nova will be so big that we would be able to see it without any instrument.

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  • NASA Has Captured A Supernova Explosion!

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    NGC 2525 is a well-known spiral galaxy located 70 million light-years away from Earth. In mid-January, Astronomer Koichi Itagaki was studying NGC 2525 when he detected the supernova SN2018gv, located on the galaxy's outer edge.

    Just a few weeks later, in February, Hubble telescope was pointed towards SN2018gv and Hubble quickly began observing. A large numbers of pictures were taken of this supernova and were stitched together in a time-lapse.

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  • This Star Explosion Could Be Seen From Earth In 2022...

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    This Star Explosion Could Be Seen From Earth In 2022...
    The second brightest star in the constellation is Orion and making the hunter's right shoulder is Betelgeuse which has been an object of fascination ever since its discovery .The red supergiant star is destined to  go supernova but as of late has been displaying some rather odd behavior that has scientists and astronomers buzzing. They have now predicted that Betelgeuse is headed for a massive explosion in 2022! The likes of which have never been seen before and what's even better is that we just might get to see it right here from planet earth. 

    Welcome to Space Scoop and in today's video, we will be talking about the most exciting space event of our time, the colossal explosion of the giant star Betelgeuse.

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  • Betelgeuse Is Destined to Explode as a Supernova…But When?

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    Long considered one of the brightest stars in the night sky, Betelgeuse has begun to dramatically fade then brighten again for reasons we can’t quite pin down. And it’s caused some people to wonder if it's about to explode.
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    Despite being roughly 643 light years away, Betelguese is nearly impossible to miss. For starters, it’s MASSIVE; so big that if it were at the center of our Solar System, it would engulf all the planets up to Jupiter. Its diameter is roughly 1,000 times that of our Sun! To find it, just look at the Orion constellation. If Orion is “The Hunter” with his iconic three-star belt, then Betelguese is the hunter’s left shoulder. If you’re in the Northern Hemisphere during the first few days of January, you can see Betelguese rising in the east just after sunset. All other times, this star is easy to spot no matter where you’re located in the world! Especially September through March.

    Some of the earliest known records of Betelguese come from China in the 1st century BCE. These records describe Betelgeuse as being yellow… which is strange, because just a few years later, in 150 CE, the Egyptian astronomer Ptolemy described Betelguese as red. This indicates that Betelguse rapidly underwent a stellar phase change sometime between the time these two records were made, evolving to become the red giant that it is today.

    Betelguese’s propensity for fading and brightening over a multi-year cycle also seems to have caught people’s attention. In western Aboriginal Australian oral tradition, Betelguese represents the ‘fire magic’ used by a love-struck hunter to reach the object of his affection. Unfortunately, the fire magic’s tendency to flicker out ultimately causes him to fail. While Sir John Herschel continues to be recognized as the first to notice Betelguese’s variable brightness, it’s clear that people living before the 19th century also recognized what was going on.

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    Betelgeuse went dark, but didn’t go supernova. What happened?

    What they do know is that Betelgeuse is running out of time. It’s less than 10 million years old, a youngster compared with the roughly 4.6-billion–year-old sun. But because Betelgeuse is so massive and burns through its fuel so quickly, it’s already in the final life stage of a red supergiant.

    Aboriginal Australians Observed Red Giant Stars' Variability

    Hamacher found two oral traditions that referenced the variable stars Betelgeuse, Antares and Aldebaran. Their changes in brightness carried important weight in the narratives and helped encode certain social rules, such as signaling to the tribe when to celebrate initiation rituals.

    When Will Betelgeuse Explode?

    In this video, I talk about when Betelgeuse will explode. Spoiler: it's not for another 100,000 years or so! I discuss the physics of the recent dimming and subsequent brightening, and what we can see when we look up with the naked eye.

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  • आप भी देख सकेंगे इस तारे की मौत | Betelgeuse star supernova explosion in hindi

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    Beginning in October 2019, astronomers noticed that the brightness of Betelgeuse suddenly began to change. The star was dimming. Once one of the top 10 brightest stars in the sky, its brightness had fallen to 21st place by the end of December 2019. Wild claims have been made about this sudden dimming of Betelgeuse, and many misconceptions spread. Some media outlets claimed the dimming was evidence that the star was about to go supernova, ending its life in a spectacular explosion. Is this possible? And if Betelgeuse did go supernova, how would that affect Earth?

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    The known history of supernova observation goes back to 185 AD, when supernova SN 185 appeared, the oldest appearance of a supernova recorded by humankind. Several additional supernovae within the Milky Way galaxy have been recorded since that time, with SN 1604 being the most recent supernova to be observed in this galaxy. Since the development of the telescope, the field of supernova discovery has expanded to other galaxies. These occurrences provide important information on the distances of galaxies. Successful models of supernova behavior have also been developed, and the role of supernovae in the star formation process is now increasingly understood.

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    Comet Leonard is the comet of the year. It will be visible to naked eyes in December 2021. Comet A1 Leonard was discovered on 3rd January 2021 and at that time, it was about 5 astronomical units away. But now, the comet has come closer to the Earth and will be easily visible to naked eyes in December from the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

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  • Gravitational Waves Detected From Betelgeuse? Did It Explode?

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  • This Star Will Explode and Well Be Able to See It in the Sky!

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    This video is about the large planet Betelgeuse, which belongs to the constellation Orion and forms the leftmost point. Betelgeuse is one of the brightest stars in Orion, but recently its brightness is decreasing more and more. This is a sign that a supernova will occur in the near future. Astronomers and scientists assume that the star will implode in the near future. So the question is not if, but when. The star has been monitored since 1980. Below, we explain why Betelgeuse will implode, what a supernova is, and why this phenomenon is occurring.

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  • This Star Explosion Will Be Seen From Earth In 2022

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    There are few things more dramatic in the night sky than a star exploding. Our own star, the sun, is unlikely to explode in the same way instead it will balloon before dying out. However stars across the universe explode in what is known as a supernova, when they die out dramatically in a bright exit as they eject their mass. In recent times with our advanced technology being able to watch the night sky we have been unable to witness a supernova but
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  • A New Star in the Night Sky in 2022

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    Astronomer and his colleagues and students have made an unprecedented prediction of a star explosion – due in the year 2022, or thereabouts, they say – that’ll become visible from Earth, even to those without telescopes. The star system is an eclipsing binary system (one star passes in front of the other as seen from Earth) called known as KIC 9832227. New evidence suggests that these two very close stars are getting closer and will merge explosively, soon. Molnar is presenting his findings today (January 6, 2017) at the 229th meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Texas.

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  • Are We Safe From The Betelgeuse Explosion

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    Betelgeuse is the ninth brightest star in sky located 642 light years away from us. Betelgeuse has mass of 21 Nonillion kilograms and a diameter of roughly 1.23 billion kilometers. It is roughly 10 Million years old much much younger than our Sun.

    According to the astronomers, Betelgeuse is nearing the end of its life and it is creating heavier elements in core. Within the next 100,000 years, Betelgeuse will explode into a supernova. This supernova will be so big that it will be seen clearly during day and night.

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  • Will we see a Supernova Explosion in 2022?

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    About 1,843 light years away from the Earth. There is a binary star system called KIC 9832227. Where two stars are orbiting each other. They're take only 11 hours to one full orbit. In early 2018, Scientists observed changes in its brightness. And these stars are quickly coming closer.

    Few Months from now, in 2022, These two stars will eventually merge. And cause a massive Supernova Explosion. This explosion will going to produce a luminous Red Nova. Which would be visible from Earth in naked eye.




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  • This Star Explosion Will Be Seen On The Earth in 2022, Can We Survive It?

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    This Star Explosion Will Be Seen On The Earth in 2022, Can We Survive It?

    For those of you hoping to witness the predicted stellar explosion we describe in this story, we have bad news. Analysis of archival data released on September 7, 2018, suggests that the two stars expected to collide and die in 2022 will not, in fact, go out in a rare blaze of scheduled glory. Instead, as San Diego State University's Quentin Socia reports, a typographical error in the archived orbits of these stars misled the original calculation by suggesting that instead of being a relatively stable cosmic duo, the stars were quickly making tighter and tighter spirals around one another. Unfortunately, after correcting that typo, it no longer appears as though the stars are destined to merge and produce a rare red nova, a result that original study author Larry Molar agrees with.


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  • The Exploding Star - We May See A Supernova Explosion In 2022!

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    The Exploding Star - We May See A Supernova Explosion In 2022!
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  • Shockwave of Exploding Star Seen for First Time

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    1.2 billion years away from earth, NASA’s Kepler space telescope has managed to capture a spectacle never seen before by humans on camera: the brilliant flash of an exploding star’s shockwave. WSJ's Monika Auger reports. Photo: Credit: NASA Ames, STScI/G. Bacon


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  • We Can See This Star Explosion In The Sky | Will This Affect Earth? | Facts Malayalam | 47 ARENA

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    Supernovae are one of the most extreme violent events in this universe. When stars explode, it creates amazing light works. Sometimes, supernovae can be seen from earth with our naked eyes. In the history of mankind, there were a few supernovae that we could see in the sky from earth. But, can we see any supernova explosion? Yes! There are a few stars that could go supernova at any time now. They might even had gone supernova in the past and when their light reach us, we can see them. One of the best example is the famous Betelgeuse. When this star goes supernova, we can see it from earth and it will shine very brightly for about an year in the sky. But, what happens if our Earth is caught in the path of a supernova explosion? Will Earth survive? If our Sun in exploded in a supernova, our Earth will be destroyed completely. But, our Sun will never go supernova. If some other star within 50 light years is exploded, it can cause some serious damages to our Earth. Watch this video to know more amazing facts about these stellar explosions that could give us a light show in our night sky.

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  • Supernova Explosion Will Be Seen From Earth In 2022|Universe Science

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  • Betelgeuse explosion - realistic simulation

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  • Black hole rips star to shreds in explosion seen across space

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    At first, astronomers thought it was a super-supernova. Now they think the blast was caused by a crazy cosmic collision.

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  • Will You Ever See A Supernova Explosion? 4K UHD

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    Observing a supernova from Earth is rare....really rare. But stars are exploding every second throughout the universe. So forget Betelgeuse! The future holds many other incredible supernova events! The question is whether they will happen soon or in a few million years.......... In this episode of SpaceFix, we will delve into the natural phenomenon that is Supernovae, a celestial light show that can only be observed from Earth once or twice every century. They mark the end of a massive stars life and the last one to be seen in the Milky Way was seen in 1604! Will you get to see a supernova? Check out this video and find out which stars are most likely to explode next!

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  • We May See A Supernova Explosion In 2022! *NASA NEWS*

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    18 Quadrillion km away from us there is a binary star system, KIC 9832227 where two stars are orbiting each other. 7 years ago in 2013, scientists saw changes in its brightness. So they decided to study it further more detailed study concluded that these two stars are rapidly coming closer and they are about to merge into each other.

    Just 2 years from now, in 2022, these binary stars will eventually merge and cause a massive supernova explosion. This explosion will form a giant Red Nova. This Red Nova will be so big that we would be able to see it without any instrument.

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  • 2022 - Exploding Binary Stars Will Light Up The Sky In 2022 The Year Of The New Star

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    Exploding Binary Stars will light up the sky in 2022.
    A pair of binary stars is set to merge and explode in 2022, increasing in brightness by ten thousand times to become one of the brighter objects in the night sky for a time.
    The change to the night sky will be visible to the naked eye.

  • Rare Nova Star Explosion is Visible to the Unaided Eye - Where to Look

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    Every 20 years, more or less, a thermonuclear explosion occurs on the surface of RS Oph, a white dwarf in the constellation Ophiuchus. Yesterday it happened again. On Aug. 8th, the brightness of the tiny star increased 600-fold, from magnitude +12 to +5.

    At 5th magnitude, the current outburst is visible to the unaided eye, albeit just barely. Binoculars or a telescope will allow you to see it with ease. Ophiuchus hangs high in the southern sky after sunset just above the more familiar constellations Scorpius and Sagittarius.

    RS Ophiuchi (RS Oph) is a recurrent nova system approximately 5,000 light-years away in the constellation Ophiuchus.
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  • These Stars Could Explode in 2022!

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  • Scientists discover new form of supernova explosion

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    Scientists claim to have observed a new form supernova explosions which may “prematurely cause the star to explode”, according to ANU astrophysicist and cosmologist Dr Brad Tucker.

    “We know that there’s a few different mechanisms for causing stars to explode and it kind of depends on how big they are,” he told Sky News Australia.

    “If you have a supernova or a big star and it’s in what we call a binary system – two stars going around each other – and it collides actually with an older star, what we call a neutron star, well that collision can kind of prematurely cause the star to explode.”

    Dr Tucker said this was only theorised and would mean instead of the star reaching its natural end point, it would trigger a supernova explosion which “looks a little bit different” in space.

    “When this collision happens, people could find these unique signatures of this explosion and say ‘hey, this star has collided with an old neutron star’,” he said.

    Scientists believe this is what happened to a supernova which was discovered last year.

  • A Recent Star Explosion Is Easily Visible From the Northern Hemisphere

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    If you’ve never seen a star explode, now’s your chance. You can see it even with a basic telescope if you live in the Northern Hemisphere. Amaze Lab’s Johana Restrepo has more.

  • Predicted Star Explosion- KIC 9832227 will turn Red Nova in 2022

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    It has been determined that KIC 9832227 is actually a contact binary, where the two stars are so close that they share an atmosphere, and will collide in a few years. This is predicted to become a Red Nova, visible to the naked eye. They are predicted to combine and explode in 2022 toward the beginning of the year.

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  • Why Do Stars Explode?

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    Someday you will find me, caught beneath a landslide, in a champagne supernova in the sky. An exploding star is known as a supernova, and they really are spectacular to see. They create as much light as multiple suns and are sometimes brighter than entire galaxies. But why do stars explode in the first place? That’s exactly what we’re going to talk about, right now on life’s biggest questions.

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  • Supernova Explosion Seen In Nearby Galaxy | Video

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    The light from an exploding star in the Messier 82 (M82) galaxy was first photographed from Earth on January 22nd, 2013. The galaxy is ~12 million light years away so the explosion occurred about 12 million years ago.

  • We May See a Supernova Explosion in 2022!

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    About 18 Quadrillion Kilometres Away from Earth. There lies a Binary star system, called KIC9832227. Where two stars are orbiting very close each other, And they're take only 11 days to complete one orbit around each other.

    In years 2013. Astronomers observed changes in its Brightness. After details study by scientists concluded that , These two stars are slowly coming closer each other.

    Next Year in 2022 . .
    These binary star system will eventually merge. This will lead to a massive Supernova explosion. This explosion will from a Red Giant Nova.
    This explosion will be so big that. That it will be visible with the Naked eyes from Earth.


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  • Will Betelgeuse Explode? This Is What Scientists Know So Far

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    The massive red supergiant Betelgeuse has been losing its sparkle, leading many scientists to wonder: is one of the sky’s brightest stars headed toward its demise by way of a supernova explosion?
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    Betelgeuse, often pronounced like Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice,” is dimming at an unprecedented rate. While the star is known for its erratic behavior, shrinking then expanding and dimming then flaring on a semi-regular basis, Betelgeuse’s recent behavior has been stranger than normal.

    According to recent reports, Betelgeuse has cooled by roughly 100 Kelvin since September 2019 and is now hovering around an apparent magnitude of over 1.6, a significant drop from its average range of 0.4 to 1.2 magnitudes of brightness.

    In fact, the supergiant star has now been demoted to roughly the 21st brightest star in the night sky, which is the faintest Betelgeuse has been in at least a century.

    And that’s not all—other strange things are also happening to the star. For one, it’s shedding quite a lot of mass, but instead of generating lots of heat like scientists would assume, it’s staying cool.

    Betelgeuse is also defying expectations with its super-speed rotation, which has been observed to be spinning around 150 times faster than would be expected for a star this big. Not to mention, in the early part of 2020, astronomers observed a “burst” of gravitational waves coming from the area near the star.

    So what is going on with Betelgeuse and is it about to go supernova? Find out in this Elements.

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    Or … you might see the regular old sky. Supernovas are nearly impossible to predict. But astronomers have recently started discussing the rare possibility with a bit more enthusiasm than usual, thanks to some odd behavior elsewhere in the Milky Way. If the supernova did show up tomorrow, it would be the celestial event of the year, perhaps even the century, leaving a cosmic imprint in the sky for all to see.

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    Betelgeuse is a young star near the end of its life. It formed about 8 million years ago, when the far distant ancestors of humans were just beginning to split away from the great apes.

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    Supernovas are rare; less than 1 percent of all stars are big enough for such a fiery death. (Our relatively small sun will fade away gracefully as a white dwarf.) In a galaxy the size of our Milky Way, though, astronomers estimate roughly one or two supernovas should still light up per century.
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  • Stars About to Explode

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    Which stars in our part of the Milky Way will be the next to explode as supernovas? When will they explode and will they be dangerous to us here on Earth?

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  • 2022 Ma Hum Ayk Star Explosions Dekhen Ga| Can We Survive It?| ایک ستارہ جالد ھئ پھٹ جائے گا

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    This Star Explosion Will Be Seen On The Earth in 2022, Can We Survive It?

    At night we see a very bright star in the sky
    It's called BettelJuice
    According to the astronomical seal, this star is about to run out of fuel and will soon explode in 2022 or in the years to come. The star will explode. In the Torah, it will look like another new moon has come into the sky. It will continue to shine from the earth for a week to a month.
    Because the stars are a very heavy project
    They have a lot of gravity
    Which compresses it from the outside and shirks it inwards. Due to the nuclear reaction when a lot of gas and matter burns inside the star it produces a lot of energy which we feel due to light and heat. It resists the star's participation in itself, which keeps the star's balance and mass the same. As long as there are gases inside the star, it retains its shape.
    But as soon as the gases and matter inside this star begin to run out, its gravity will increase. Any star whose instrument is as big as the sun has a life span of ten billion years. Has passed because my astronomer estimates that the sun is 4.5 billion years old. The next stage in the life of a star comes when it runs out of gas.
    It is estimated that the Q-Battle will erupt in 2022 or in the next few years
    We don't need to be afraid of an explosion in Beetle Juice because it is five hundred and fifty light-years away from us, but the dangerous hobby that emerges from this explosion can be a threat to the web. We do not need to be afraid because it will take 6 million time to reach the earth
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  • These Night Sky Stars Are Going to Explode

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    An exploration into three stars, two visible in the night sky, that will go supernova in the future.



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