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What caused the giant star Betelgeuse's 'Great Dimming'?

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What caused the 'Great Dimming' of giant star Betelgeuse? Finally, an answer  - CNET

 

As the nearby red supergiants start to สูตรสล็อต play funny, some speculate that they may be nearing a supernova. Now scientists know what really happened.before covid-19 will explode and become headlines all over the world. The possibility that Betelgeuse, a nearby giant star Betelgeuse went through periods of sudden and intense dimming in the past in the months of late 2019 and early 2020, leading some to wonder if the giant star might be.

Preparing to be a supernova? Now, new research suggests. Writing an obituary for the Red Giant might not be the time yet.During the so-called Great Dimming of Betelgeuse, the star was 10 times darker than usual, Miguel Montargès of the Observatoire de Paris, France, and colleagues report in a paper

published in the latest issue of the journal Nature.The study included analysis of images taken in 2019 and 2020 of stars located just 700 light-years from Earth, showing that during the Great Dimming, Betelgeuse was obscured by the star's own exhalation.We have directly witnessed the formation of what is known as stardust," said Montargès,

who led an observation campaign using the Southern European Observatory's VLT telescope in Chile. said in a statement The Red Super Giant is the largest star in the universe. Represents the evolutionary phase of giant stars as they extend outward. They begin to cool and lose mass as they progress towards a massive explosion at the end.

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Topic starter Posted : 18/06/2021 7:54 am
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