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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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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.

read more:
https://www.cnet.com/news/huge-red-star-...-critical/
https://earthsky.org/space/ligo-gravitat...betelgeuse

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betelgeuse
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RE: ALERT: Betelgeuse star could go boom in the next few weeks !
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
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RE: ALERT: Betelgeuse star could go super nova boom in the next few weeks !
Constellation Orion
Pronunciation /ˈbɛtəldʒuːz, ˈbiːtəl-, -dʒuːs/[1][2]
Right ascension 05h 55m 10.30536s[3]
Declination +07° 24′ 25.4304″[3]
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RE: ALERT: Betelgeuse star could go super nova boom in the next few weeks !
Funny that this happen in Star Trek Picard with the Romulan Star going boom...
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Do you have a clue how many times this has already been posted?

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And you're edited title sucks.
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RE: ALERT: Betelgeuse star could go super nova boom in the next few weeks !
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

The year 1420 A.D. was recent?

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2020 04:32 AM)
Do you have a clue how many times this has already been posted?

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But but...

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RE: ALERT: Betelgeuse star could go super nova boom in the next few weeks !
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2020 04:32 AM)
Do you have a clue how many times this has already been posted?

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RE: ALERT: Betelgeuse star could go super nova boom in the next few weeks !
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.

read more:
https://www.cnet.com/news/huge-red-star-...-critical/
https://earthsky.org/space/ligo-gravitat...betelgeuse

Here my take.
If it's getting enveloped by a cosmic dust incursion.
It being rather close to us in terms of galactic scale, may mean we can expect the same. As stated in sub quantum physics theory. Applied kinetic energy of cosmic dust close around a star increases the stars temperature, and magnetic convection begins to weaken. "Rut Row!!!" Stellar Chromosphereic Collapse events, hydraflaring thousands of fold over any maximum of our Sun. The stability of stars yields the outcome. Betelgeuse has been unstable for hundreds of years in not millennia. An already unstable star is more prone to nova, the bigger the star the bigger the nova. According to physics it's not about the potential supernova of Betelgeuse having an impact on our solar solar system. It's just more data to put in a computer. Yet if it goes SN, that's still not supposed to happen for another 10,000 years! chuckle But what if a galactic core sized object could cause nova events, within it's galactic body?

Could a Galactic Superwave be on the horizon?
Or is it all just data, adding up to nothingburgerzzzz?
Someone call Dr LaViollete. Get the scoop.
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RE: ALERT: Betelgeuse star could go super nova boom in the next few weeks !
The Ghost Of LOP  Wrote: (02-13-2020 04:29 AM)
Constellation Orion
Pronunciation /ˈbɛtəldʒuːz, ˈbiːtəl-, -dʒuːs/[1][2]
Right ascension 05h 55m 10.30536s[3]
Declination +07° 24′ 25.4304″[3]

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Going to be fun when the biggest black hole goes boom.
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A star tsunami.
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RE: ALERT: Betelgeuse star could go super nova boom in the next few weeks !
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2020 04:58 AM)
A star tsunami.




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p13yZAjhU0M
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That would make star trek real. Lol
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