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Message Subject Betelgeuse in the Orion Hunter Constellation is About to Hit a Cosmic Wall
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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600 light years won't protect you from that magnitude of explosion. Go inside...and bring in the tomatoes...
 Quoting: Uncle Alyosha

Don't lie.
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

He is correct, at that range we would get blasted by radiation from the explosion..game over amounts.
 Quoting: Canadian Coward 17938575

So now we have two liars.

Why do you lie?
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

"A near-Earth supernova is a supernova close enough to the Earth to have noticeable effects on its biosphere. Depending upon the type and energy of the supernova, it could be as far as 3000 light-years away. Gamma rays from a supernova would induce a chemical reaction in the upper atmosphere converting molecular nitrogen into nitrogen oxides, depleting the ozone layer enough to expose the surface to harmful solar and cosmic radiation. This has been proposed as the cause of the Ordovician–Silurian extinction, which resulted in the death of nearly 60% of the oceanic life on Earth.[105] In 1996 it was theorized that traces of past supernovae might be detectable on Earth in the form of metal isotope signatures in rock strata. Iron-60 enrichment was later reported in deep-sea rock of the Pacific Ocean.[106][107][108] In 2009, elevated levels of nitrate ions were found in Antarctic ice, which coincided with the 1006 and 1054 supernovae. Gamma rays from these supernovae could have boosted levels of nitrogen oxides, which became trapped in the ice.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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