Hubble shows death of a sun-like star

ESA ( European Space Agency) reports that as the sun’s fuel ends and the core becomes feeble, it collapses on itself and the white layers keep ejecting outside. After many thousands of years, these layers will stop moving, cooled and will be diminished. All we would have is a dim dwarf star. These explanations were made from recordings made by the Hubble telescope of a dying star.

The European Space Agency is an intergovernmental organization of 22 member states dedicated to the exploration of space.

The universe is full of different galaxiessolar systems and of course the stars like the sunEvery starlike our sun, has limited energy which helps it burning throughout the course of its life.

ESA reported that as the fuel ends and the core becomes feebleit collapses on itself and the white layers keep ejecting outsideAfter many thousands of yearsthese layers will stop movingcooled and will be diminishedAll we would have a dim dwarf star.

The planetary star recorded by Hubble telescope belonged to the Centaurus constellation and is visible in the southern hemisphere.

As the fuelon which it burns and shineswill endit will destabilizeAs it becomes unstableit starts to expand and anything in its vicinity will also get consumed.

Future of our sun and the solar system

NASA(National Aeronautics and Space Administration) and ESA jointly operated Hubble space telescope gives us the images of a planetary nebulawhich was named NGC 5307Although being 10000 light-years far from usclear images of its destruction were availableA planetary nebula is the last stage of a giant star like our sun.

These kinds of planetary nebulas help us imagine the future of our sun and consequently the solar system.

Should our sun’s fuel endwhich is basically hydrogenour sun will expand to its giant phaseand planets like VenusMercury and most probably our Earth will be trapped in it.

In the center of the stars expanded phaseas we can see in the picturesis the core of the sunThis bright shiny core is called a dwarf starAs we can see the glow coming out as layersthese layers will keep on cooling down for thousands of years.

There is a newer and better space telescope soon to take over the Hubble telescope and everybody is wishing that new technology can assist with closer predictions on eventualities.

The question here arises is what will happen to the sun and when would it happen? NASA has estimated that the sun will die in the next 46.5 billion yearsSofor nowwe can relax.