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Category Archives: supernovae
Betelgeuse is in the top ten of the brightest stars in the sky. As one of the closest stars that has the potential to have a supernovae. This is super special not only because of the closeness of it, but because of its massive size. According to Forbes Betelgeuse has the potential to light the … Continue reading Betelgeuse: When will it reach its end? Continue reading → Continue reading
Some 13,000 light-years away, in the Camelopardalis, or giraffe, constellation lies a rather unique binary star. Two young, massive, blue stars are orbiting each other so quickly that they make a full revolution in a mere 28 hours. In fact, the two stars of the MY Camelopardalis system are orbiting one another so closely that […]Continue reading → Continue reading