A photograph taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope showed the aging stages through which the stars passed and how they took shape when the end came.
The source of life, the Earth’s energy reserve, was formed about 4.6 billion years ago. This giant star, which is home to 9 planets of various sizes, has undergone many changes in the billions of years that have left behind. He took it, but in the coming years, what will happen to this old camel, how will it end?
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has done some work to show the future end of the Sun. Aging stars are now destabilized and collapsed when the hydrogen-that is, the fuel ı it produces to burn a chain of nuclear reactions is exhausted, and then begins to grow vigorously. The Sun is expected to experience the same scenario; It will begin to grow by including many planets in its system, including the world, and in a sense, it will experience its own apocalypse.
Many stars live the same fate
In this photo shared by NASA, the Hubble Space Telescope displays the glowing gas sphere created by an expanding “red giant” star. The photographed object is seen as a so-called planetary nebula in the constellation Orion. This planetary nebula called “NGC 2022” is a ring-shaped gas cloud surrounding an aging star.
The European Space Agency (ESA), co-operating with NASA and the Hubble Space Telescope, said: se Although it may seem more like a microscope-like entity than a telescope, this round object called NGC 2022 is definitely not algae or a small puffy jellyfish. On the contrary, it is a large gas sphere in space created by an aging star. ”
Evolution of Stars
Located dead in the center of the gas ring, this star shines with an intense red-orange hue. The color of a star is determined by its temperature and begins to change from blue to red. Younger, warmer stars tend to have a bright blue color, and as the stars get older, their gleams begin to shift towards the end of the visible spectrum, turning into a red color. This indicates that the stars have entered the final stages of their life cycle.
How are things in the sun?
Our sun, which appears to glow yellow, burns at approximately 5,500C on the surface and is still very hot. Although it is a very long time for humanity, when we look at the history of the universe, the Sun will begin to disappear after a very short time. After about 4.5 billion years, the Sun will start its own apocalypse, just like any other star, and it will become a Dev Red Giant alarak with many planets in its system, including the Earth. Later, he will disappear into the universe.
This apocalyptic scenario, which is far away from today, is not a problem for our generation. Perhaps there will be no trace of humanity until then, or there will be new lives in other systems.