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When Will Betelgeuse Explode?
Betelgeuse! Betelgeuse! Betelgeuse! Click to timburtonate. Photo by ESO/L. Calçada If there’s one star in the sky people know about, it’s Betelgeuse. * Phil Plait Phil Plait writes Slate’s Bad Astronomy blog and is an astronomer, public speaker ... read more
What will happen when Betelgeuse explodes?
Supernovae have occurred in our Milky Way in the past: in 1604, 1572, 1054 and 1006, among others, with a number of them being so bright that they were visible during the day. But none of them were as close at Betelgeuse. At only 600-or-so light years ... read more
Dying Star Betelgeuse Won't Explode in 2012, Experts Say
The super-giant red star Betelgeuse in Orion’s nebula is predicted to cataclysmically explode, and the impending supernova may even reach Earth -- someday. But will it happen by 2012, as recent news reports suggest? Probably not, experts told FoxNews.com. read more
Is Betelgeuse about to blow?
I hope I’m being clear here. The first important thing to note here is that if Betelgeuse explodes, we’re in no danger at all. It’s too far away to hurt us. Got that? It’s the most important thing to remember here, because I’m quite sure this ... read more
Betelgeuse Will Not Explode in 2012
Over the past few days, a large number of online, science-related news sites have reported that the massive star Betelgeuse will explode in 2012, in a large supernova event that will be visible from Earth. In fact, reports say that the explosion will ... read more
Will Betelgeuse Really Become a Second Sun in 2012?
No one knows quite when Betelgeuse, which is about 10 to 20 times more massive than our sun, will explode. But when it does detonate, the star, which forms the constellation Orion's right shoulder, won't look like a second sun in our sky, Kaler said. read more
Did Betelgeuse Swallow Its Companion?
Did it get a boost when merged with a smaller companion star 100,000 years ago? This much is clear: Someday Betelgeuse will explode as a supernova. It's roughly 650 light-years away — and when it goes, it'll be spectacular. But astronomers can't estimate ... read more
Earth to get a second Sun in 2011!
Image: Computerised depiction of Orion as it might appear from Earth should Betelgeuse explode as a supernova. "This is the final hurrah for the star. It goes bang, it explodes, it lights up -- we'll have incredible brightness for a brief period of time ... read more
Betelgeuse will explode someday
Someday, the star Betelgeuse will run out of fuel, collapse under its own weight, and then rebound in a spectacular supernova explosion. Someday … but probably not soon. As the year turns, or on some January or February evening, come to know the red star ... read more
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