Betelgeuse, A Star That Is <10 MYr Old And ~643 LY From Earth, Is Said To Be On The Brink Of Going Massive Supernova. This’s Because This 11th Brightest Star In The Night Sky And 2nd Brightest In The Orion Constellation Is Begining To Fade. The Explosion, Visible From Earth, Will Have No Effect On Earth Due To Its Distance.
Is Earth’s Neighboring Star Betelgeuse About To Go Supernova?
One of the brightest stars in the sky has been behaving strangely, suggesting that it might go supernova soon. Astronomers and science experts believe this cosmic event could have an effect on Earth.