1. Stardust or star bust? Betelgeuse's dimming light puzzles astronomers  FRANCE 24
  2. Light Sails and Supernovae Can Help Us Reach the Speed of Light  Interesting Engineering
  3. What Will a Betelgeuse Supernova Look Like From Earth?  Discover Magazine
  4. Betelgeuse, the star that might explode, poses for a glowing portrait  CNET
  5. The Further Adventures of Betelgeuse, the Fainting Star  The New York Times
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Stardust or star bust? Betelgeuse's dimming light puzzles astronomersStardust or star bust? Betelgeuse's dimming light puzzles astronomers

Stardust or star bust? Betelgeuse's dimming light puzzles astronomers - France 24

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. 

The red supergiant is no closer to exploding, it seems. It also no longer appears round.The red supergiant is no closer to exploding, it seems. It also no longer appears round.

Astronomers snapped a view of the weirdly dim surface of the star that might (but probably won't) go supernova soon.Astronomers are tracking the supergiant's strange behavior.

Betelgeuse, the star that might explode, poses for a glowing portrait - CNET

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

But at over 700 light-years away, astronomers say there's no risk to Earth. But at over 700 light-years away, astronomers say there's no risk to Earth.

A dying star 1,000 times bigger than the sun could soon explode | Euronews

Scientists are warning that a supergiant star close to planet Earth appears to be on the brink of explosion, according to The Tech Times. The supergiant, named Betelgeuse, has been getting dimmer and ...Scientists are warning that a supergiant star close to planet Earth appears to be on the brink of explosion, according to The Tech Times. The supergiant, named Betelgeuse, has been getting dimmer and ...

Scientists Say There Might Be A Supernova On February 21, Warn Of ‘Darker’ Sky For Months

Using ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have captured the unprecedented dimming of Betelgeuse, a red supergiant star in the constellation of Orion. The stunning new images of the star's surface ...

ESO telescope sees surface of dim Betelgeuse

Betelgeuse, the nearby red supergiant that's been dimming for a while now, is also bent out of shape, but its still unclear whether it will go supernova soon.Betelgeuse, the nearby red supergiant that's been dimming for a while now, is also bent out of shape, but its still unclear whether it will go supernova soon.

Dimming Betelgeuse is now also bent out of shape, new images show | Astronomy.com

Betelgeuse, a red giant star in the constellation of Orion, is behaving very strangely and some scientists think it could be about to go supernovaBetelgeuse, a red giant star in the constellation of Orion, is behaving very strangely and some scientists think it could be about to go supernova

Giant star 700 times the size of the Sun is 'dimming bizarrely' and may explode - Daily 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

The enormous star is looking oddly lopsided.The enormous star is looking oddly lopsided.

New image shows Betelgeuse isn’t dimming evenly | Ars Technica

The enormous star is looking oddly lopsided.The enormous star is looking oddly lopsided.

New image shows Betelgeuse isn’t dimming evenly | Ars Technica

Astronomers wonder what Betelgeuse will do next. Has it reached a crossroads? Will it start to brighten again? Or might it go supernova?Astronomers wonder what Betelgeuse will do next. Has it reached a crossroads? Will it start to brighten again? Or might it go supernova?

Is Betelgeuse Approaching a Crossroads? - Sky & Telescope

New images of Betelgeuse show only part of it is dimming.What the heck is Betelgeuse doing? The red supergiant star marking the constellation Orion's right shoulder is one of the most famous in the sky (at least one supernatural comedy movie has, I admit,

Bad Astronomy | Betelgeuse's shenanigans just got weirder: Only *part* of it is dimming

ESO’s Very Large Telescope shows dramatic dimming of Betelgeuse – Astronomy Now

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

At this point, we’re all crossing our fingers that the dying star Betelgeuse will hurry up and explode already, because who doesn’t love a good show? The red giant star (visible in the constellation Orion) has been growing dimmer since late last year, leading many to speculate it could soon go supernova....At this point, we’re all crossing our fingers that the dying star Betelgeuse will hurry up and explode already, because who doesn’t love a good show? The red giant star (visible in the constellation Orion) has been growing dimmer since late last year, leading many to speculate it could soon go supernova....

Oh Yeah, Betelgeuse Is Definitely Looking Weirder | Gizmodo Australia

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.

When Betelgeuse goes supernova, what will it look like from Earth? | Astronomy.com