You may want to avoid finding yourself in the vicinity of our nearest red giant star, Betelgeuse, if you are still around 5,000 years from now. According to a recently published analysis by the Herschel Space Observatory, the massive supergiant star will slam into a wall of dust and debris 5,000 years from now, possibly triggering a supernova... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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