Will Bright Star Betelgeuse Finally Explode? A Look at the Dimming Red Giant in Orion’s Shoulder

https://www.space.com/dimming-star-betelgeuse-red-giant-could-explode-supernova.html?utm_source=Selligent&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=9155&utm_content=SDC_Newsletter+&utm_term=3231171&m_i=PnkruZtSE8cVXk0Ou2svWcgoRMM2kgtpU8xgzM8PrLHALC8W6ufb%2B1GRns74Q5RsEJh%2B74AoHlpNIJr7Rtp61Rqpi8vL_k%2BdCzi4BbPPP5 One of the brightest stars in the sky has been dimming. But, while it might be signaling that it’s ready to explode, it’s probably just fading because of strange, stellar physics. Betelgeuse, a reddish star that’s one of the brightest in the night sky, has been noticeably “fainting,” or getting dimmer. The approximately 8.5 million-year-old […]

Eclipse de Sol

El pasado martes 2 de Julio participamos de las 1ras Jornadas Internacionales de Promoción de la Cultura Científica en Astronomía Observación del eclipse total de Sol desde Bella Vista (San Juan) Ademas pudimos apreciar el Eclipse total de Sol desde la localidad de Bella Vista.