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ALERT: Betelgeuse star could go super nova boom in the next few weeks !
The Ghost Of LOP
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2020 05:02 AM)
That would make star trek real. Lol

Um Star Trek is already real !

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If it goes boom in a couple of weeks. Will it not take thousands of years for the light show to get here?
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chuck  Wrote: (02-13-2020 05:11 AM)
If it goes boom in a couple of weeks. Will it not take thousands of years for the light show to get here?

Apparently 600
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chuck  Wrote: (02-13-2020 05:11 AM)
If it goes boom in a couple of weeks. Will it not take thousands of years for the light show to get here?

It would mean that it went boom 600 years ago and we're just now seeing it
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for anyone with the tech knowhow... where from earth and solar system is betelgeuse?

look at where 6 of the 8 planets will be in June/July with the 2 outermost being also near to...

all 8 planets are going to be on same side ... not sure o exact terminologies

look up June 12 to July 12 (weeks also before and after)

if the betelgeuse is in the 'empty' side of sun direction..

i dunno... speculating as to what could be happenin later this year

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May 15th
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I told u  Wrote: (02-13-2020 08:27 AM)
May 15th

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The Ghost Of LOP  Wrote: (02-13-2020 04:27 AM)
Huge red star might explode soon and next few weeks are critical
Betelgeuse has been very volatile lately, and astronomers are watching to determine if it's terminal or just going through a phase.

Supergiant star Betelgeuse has been getting dimmer at an unprecedented pace over the past few months, leading some astronomers to wonder if it might be in the process of the collapse that precedes a supernova explosion. But there are other possible explanations, and we should have a better idea of what's happening to the massive star by the end of the month.

Veteran Villanova University astronomer Edward Guinan has been watching Betelgeuse for decades and reported earlier this month that the star appears to be "the least luminous and coolest yet measured from our 25 years of photometry."

It's well known Betelgeuse has no more than about 100,000 years left to burn and could start its death throes just about anytime between now and then. When it does go supernova, it's expected to result in a dramatic light show that could be visible in daylight and appear brighter than the full moon for a few weeks. The last time humans were treated to such a sight was the 17th century.

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https://www.cnet.com/news/huge-red-star-...-critical/ <---January 15th - this "week" is already almost a month long
https://earthsky.org/space/ligo-gravitat...betelgeuse

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betelgeuse
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"It's well known Betelgeuse has no more than about 100,000 years left"

So what is really the lickelyhood of it going boom in the next few weeks?

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Quote:It's well known Betelgeuse has no more than about 100,000 years left to burn and could start its death throes just about anytime between now and then.

Which really means they don't know sh*t about it
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2020 04:28 AM)
doubtful

if we are just seeing it's dimming and brightening recently

it is 600 light years away, so in 600 years from now you'd see it go supernova

no, what they are saying is that it may have gone supernova 600 years ago and we are just seeing that light entering our field of view. We may see it go supernova any week now.
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that means that it has already happened.... it takes years for the light to arrive here and for us to know ! ....
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Seeing Red Giants
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Many red giant stars exhibit variations in their luminosities over periods of several months to a few years. Recent observations “show that all the possible explanations…fail.”
Of course, what consensus astronomers think is possible excludes the possibilities from dissenters and other sciences. The consensus model attributes the luminosity variations to mechanical pulsations: the star expands and contracts, growing brighter and dimmer, its light output bouncing like a lid on a boiling pot. The boiling pot is the assumption that defines the consensus: a star is a gravitationally bound and internally heated ball of gas.

Complicating the consensus model is a longer-period secondary variability in some of the stars. As well, the stars eject an abundance of matter or surround themselves with expanding rings. It’s hard to stretch the Victorian-era theories of gravity and gas around those observations, and the sharp details of the new observations have poked holes in the theories’ coherence.

The Electric Universe is one of the dissenters: a star is an electromagnetically bound and externally powered discharge in plasma. A red giant is a star without a photosphere. Instead of the high-current-density arcs, or anode tufts, that radiate heat and light at high temperatures from the “surfaces” of stars like the Sun, a low-temperature chromosphere has expanded to scavenge enough electrons to maintain the red giant’s discharge. Without a photosphere, the star lacks the regulatory mechanism that maintains a constant output in sun-like stars. (See “Transistor Action at the Solar Surface” in The Electric Sky by Donald Scott, p. 96.) Variations in the supply current cause the chromosphere to expand and contract, balancing the electron flow. The current density—and so the luminosity—vary in step.'

https://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2010/...giants.htm

So no, red stars don't explode, the vary in strength depending on the electric current. Nothing to be alarmed about at all, no supernova for Betelgeuse.

"Astronomers think a rare and explosive 'red nova' will light up the night sky in a few years. Every once in awhile, the stars actually do align — then merge, catastrophically explode, and spray their guts all over space. ... "No one has ever seen a star go into this kind of explosion.Jan 6, 2017"

https://www.businessinsider.com/red-nova...sky-2017-1

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I told u  Wrote: (02-13-2020 08:27 AM)
May 15th

me tells u now so u believes me, may 15th (friend after may 15)
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