Betelgeuse’s Supernova Can Cause Ice Age on Earth
Betelgeuse is a massive star in the Orion constellation, known for its reddish-orange glow on the archer’s shoulder. It’s about 1,000 times larger than our Sun and located 600 light years away. Scientists believe it will go supernova within the next 100,000 years, but it could happen sooner.
When it does, Betelgeuse’s supernova will be a remarkable light show visible without a telescope. Astronomers encourage people to observe and report any changes in Betelgeuse’s brightness.
So gear up with a telescope and protective eyewear, and stay tuned for this extraordinary event in the night sky.
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