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Using ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have captured the unprecedented dimming of Betelgeuse, a red supergiant star in the constellation ofUsing ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have captured the unprecedented dimming of Betelgeuse, a red supergiant star in the constellation of

ESO Telescope Sees Surface of Dim Betelgeuse - Tech Explorist

When the star Betelgeuse explodes, we could see aliens surfing the supernova, with a light sail.When the star Betelgeuse explodes, we could see aliens surfing the supernova, with a light sail.

Light Sails and Supernovae Can Help Us Reach the Speed of Light

Astronomers simulated what humans will see on Earth when the star Betelgeuse explodes as a supernova sometime in the next 100,000 years. Astronomers simulated what humans will see on Earth when the star Betelgeuse explodes as a supernova sometime in the next 100,000 years. 

Spectacular new images reveal that red supergiant star Betelgeuse isn’t just dimming, but could also be changing shape.Spectacular new images reveal that red supergiant star Betelgeuse isn’t just dimming, but could also be changing shape.

Will Betelgeuse Explode? After ‘Unprecedented’ Dimming The Giant Star Is Now Changing Shape

Glimpsing the surface of a shape-shifting star.Glimpsing the surface of a shape-shifting star.

Betelgeuse, a reddish star that is part of the Orion constellation, may be entering a pre-supernova phase - where it gets fainter before collapsing in a fiery explosion.Betelgeuse, a reddish star that is part of the Orion constellation, may be entering a pre-supernova phase - where it gets fainter before collapsing in a fiery explosion.

A Dying Star One Thousand Times Bigger Than The Sun Could Soon Explode

Astronomers used the European Southern Observatory (ESO) telescope array in Chile to capture the unprecedented dimming of the giant star in more detail.Astronomers used the European Southern Observatory (ESO) telescope array in Chile to capture the unprecedented dimming of the giant star in more detail.

Stunning new images of red supergiant star Betelgeuse captured | Daily Mail Online