Betelgeuse’s Recent Status: the Giant Red Star Could Die in 100,000 Years

According to new research, the famous giant red star Betelgeuse might die in 100,000 years. Also, more details are now available. Dr. Meridith Joyce from The Australian National University (ANU) and the one who led an international team of researchers,...
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Betelgeuse Has Started to Dim Again: What to Expect

You've probably thought that Betelgeuse is doing just fine, and its dimming process is over. Recent observations reveal how the red giant star has started acting up again.  This new dimming is not as dramatic as the Great Fainting, but...

Betelgeuse’s Odd Dimming Phenomenon Finally Explained by the Hubble Space Telescope

New observations of Betelgeuse have unveiled that the star's odd dimming periods in late 2019 and early 2020 were caused most likely by the cooling and ejection of dense hot gases.  Between October and November 2019, the Hubble Space Telescope...

Betelgeuse Is Dimming, And That’s Puzzling The Scientists

Betelgeuse continues to get dimmer, and scientists are looking for some reason. The space object will reach the supernova status at the end of its course. Such a thing, however, is not forecasted to occur for tens of thousands of...

LIGO Detected a Blast of Gravitational Waves Coming From Betelgeuse Star

Recently, a burst of gravitational waves was identified by LIGO/VIRGO, from Betelgeuse Star. The star has displayed quite the rebellious behavior lately, so, such an occurrence is not strange at all. Also, the massive red star is expected to become...

Betelgeuse Supernova Could Outshine The Moon In The Sky

A nearby star known as Betelgeuse could reach a record level of brightness when the supernova state begins, becoming brighter than a full moon and gaining the ability to cast shadows according to a team of researchers. Betelgeuse is situated...

Cosmic Cataclysm: Betelgeuse Supernova Triggers Panic

It's been just revealed that the supernova explosion of the star called Betelgeuse triggered panic among some experts. The fears involve the possibility of equally cataclysmic threats close to our home planet. Supernovas are the biggest explosions that can take...

Betelgeuse​, One of the Brightest Stars in the Sky is Suddenly Dimming

Betelgeuse, a star located 700 light-years from us, used to be one of the shiniest cosmic bodies in the night sky. As a matter of fact, it was easy to discern with the naked eye as it luminously shone from...

Red Giant Star in the Constellation Orion is Prone to Explode Soon

A massive star that's been documented by astronomers is about to send its components away, after a sudden dimming.  Experts suggested that Betelgeuse, a gigantic red star located on the left side of the constellation Orion, is about to explode after it...