Astronomers Have Seen How Our Sun Will Explode

Using the Hubble telescope has been made unique pictures dying star. According to astronomers as it will be agonizing and our Sun.

Using the Hubble telescope has been made unique pictures dying star. According to astronomers as it will be agonizing and our Sun.

Cat’s eye is looking at us from deep space

Nebula, called the Cat’s eye – the result of agony star, who graduated from the red giant phase. Its pulsating core exploded, throwing the outer layers of a dying world for millions of kilometers.

During the life of a star emits light of continuous nuclear fusion reactions in which hydrogen is converted into a helium nucleus. When the hydrogen fuel runs out, the fusion reaction becomes unstable and the star becomes a red giant phase.

Nuclear reactions in its center are gradually attenuated. Instead of a constant process of nuclear fusion in the interior of the star is a pulsing series of blasts that are gradually destabilize her condition. Recent Surge cast outer shell lights in outer space and reveal the core, as seen in the Hubble made the picture.

That now occupies most astrophysicists studying the received images, so it’s glowing cloud of blue gas that has accumulated around the nucleus. Deprived of the shell, it ionizes the surrounding space, radiating light. This process is described in detail, but still not fully understood.

It is believed that the nebula play a key role in the dissemination of matter in the universe. Outer space is composed primarily of hydrogen and helium, but as a result of nuclear fusion reaction star supply its carbon, nitrogen and oxygen. Cat’s Eye Nebula was the first caught in a lens space observatory. In the stage of the nebula star will remain dead for about ten thousand years.

Recall that in early April, the European astronomers’ fortunate enough to photograph the “space rose”. Like a scarlet bud star cluster was discovered in a galaxy the Small Magellanic Cloud, 200 thousand light-years from Earth. Cluster NGC 371, located in the Tucanae, shines through the clouds of ionized hydrogen, subjected to intense ultraviolet radiation from young stars. See the “rose”; astronomers have been able to help VLT (Very Large Telescope – Very Large Telescope) of the European Southern Observatory.

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3 Responses to “Astronomers Have Seen How Our Sun Will Explode”
  1. utkarsh Says...

    On May 2, 2011 at 5:08 am

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  2. KittyK Says...

    On May 18, 2011 at 6:25 pm

    The Hubble telescope is an awesome device…..

  3. mona rastogi Says...

    On May 20, 2011 at 8:39 am

    good post

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