Scientists explain what will happen when the sun dies

A team of international astronomers predicted the aftermath of the sun’s death. According to his predictions, the sun will be transformed into a huge ring of gas and light and interstellar dust that is known as planetary nebula.
Science Daily explains that the planetary nebula marks the end of approximately 90% of all active star lives and tracks the conversion of the star of a red giant to a sunken white dwarf. However, the astronomers were not sure if the sun will have the same destination or not. Therefore, they conducted an experiment.
As published in the journal Nature Academy, the team created a new model of star data that can predict the life cycle of stars. The sun on Earth is medium in size compared to other distant stars, which led scientists to wonder if it would make the sun behave differently after its death. . The model, with its updated calculations of the mass of individual stars, proved that the sun is barely large enough to act in a manner similar to some distant stars after its death.
Albert Zijlstra explained: “When a star dies, it expels a mass of gas and dust, known as its envelope, into space, the envelope can be as much as half the mass of the star.” This reveals the nucleus of the star, which at this point in the life of the star it is running out of fuel, finally dying and finally dying. ”
According to Quartz, the sun will one day be transformed into a brilliant ring of cosmic dust, similar to the fate of other medium stars. After his death, the stars experience many activities, including extreme loss of mass. It creates a ‘superwind’ effect that pushes large amounts of dust outward, creating a bright nebulous ring around it. The star then enters a cooling phase of 10,000 years before finally disappearing.
The model also solved a 25-year mystery about the brightness of the luminous dust of the sun. The new data suggests that the sun is large enough to emit a bright ring of light.
Zijlstra said: “We found that stars with mass less than 1.1 times the mass of the sun produce a dimmer nebula and stars more nebulous than 3 brighter solar masses, but for the rest, the expected brightness is very similar to that observed Problem solved, after 25 years! “

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