A supernova is a large explosion that takes place at the end of a star's life cycle. On the left is Supernova 1987A after the star has exploded. On the right is the star before it exploded.
A supernova is a spectacular explosion of a massive star. If our sun exploded as a supernova, the resulting shock wave probably wouldn't incinerate the entire Earth, but the side of Earth facing the sun would boil away.
Gravity wins out, and the star suddenly collapses. Imagine something one million times the mass of Earth collapsing in 15 seconds! The collapse happens so quickly that it creates enormous shock waves that cause the outer part of the star to explode!” That resulting explosion is a supernova.
A previous study found that any supernova that went off within about 25 light-years would be enough to wipe us out, but any farther than that and we'd be mostly safe. New research, however, increases that "kill zone" to 50 light-years.
This is exciting space news and worth sharing with more sky watch enthusiasts. In 2022—only a few years from now—an odd type of exploding star called a red nova will appear in our skies in 2022. This will be the first naked eye nova in decades.
According to study from a team of researchers from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, a binary star system that will likely merge and explode in 2022. This is an historic find, since it will allow astronomers to witness a stellar merger and explosion for the first time in history.
In January 2015, a luminous red nova was observed in the Andromeda Galaxy. On February 10, 2015, a luminous red nova, known as M101 OT2015-1 was discovered in the Pinwheel Galaxy.
Called Betelgeuse, it's found in the famous constellation Orion and over millions of years has swelled in size, earning it the title of a "red supergiant." Betelgeuse, over 500 light-years from Earth, will eventually collapse on itself — or perhaps the distant star already has — resulting in a dramatic explosion called ...
While the full death of the Sun is still trillions of years away, some scientists believe the current phase of the Sun's life cycle will end as soon as 5 billion years from now. At that point, the massive star at the center of our Solar System will have eaten through most of its hydrogen core.
The upshot: Earth has at least 1.5 billion years left to support life, the researchers report this month in Geophysical Research Letters. If humans last that long, Earth would be generally uncomfortable for them, but livable in some areas just below the polar regions, Wolf suggests.
After all we're all going there this is Googleplex and here is what will happen in 10 billion yearsMoreAfter all we're all going there this is Googleplex and here is what will happen in 10 billion years from now 100 years from now in 2100 the human economic system has collapsed.
What would happen if an asteroid-mass black hole were to hit Earth? In short, catastrophe. The black hole would puncture our planet's surface like a hot knife through butter, but it would immediately begin to slow down because of its gravitational interaction with Earth.
Einstein's theory of general relativity mathematically predicts the existence of wormholes, but none have been discovered to date. A negative mass wormhole might be spotted by the way its gravity affects light that passes by.
You would be able to see out from inside, but no-one would be able to see you because any light would fall back on you. The good news is that although the gravitational pull is much stronger than smaller black holes, the stretching tidal force is less, meaning you won't be turned into spaghetti.
Our universe may reside within a vast, black hole. Let's rewind the clock. Before humans existed, before Earth formed, before the sun ignited, before galaxies arose, before light could even shine, there was the Big Bang. This happened 13.8 billion years ago.
The Big Freeze. Astronomers once thought the universe could collapse in a Big Crunch. Now most agree it will end with a Big Freeze. If the expanding universe could not combat the collective inward pull of gravity, it would die in a Big Crunch, like the Big Bang played in reverse.
By definition, we can't observe what's inside a black hole, because no light – no information of any kind – can escape. But astrophysical theories suggest that, at the core of a black hole, all the black hole's mass is concentrated into a tiny point of infinite density. This point is known as a singularity.
The world as we know it has three dimensions of space—length, width and depth—and one dimension of time.
We currently have no evidence that multiverses exists, and everything we can see suggests there is just one universe — our own.
What is the 4th Dimension and how does it look like? The world we live in is called the Three Dimensional World or more commonly known as the 3-D World. What is meant by this is that our world(the world we can see and observe) is made up 3 things: Length, Breadth and Height.
Super strings that vibrate in the 10th dimension are what create the subatomic particles which make up our universe and all other possible universes. It is here where God resides.