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Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking

 
Gaana
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Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is mysteriously shrinking. Over 15 years Betelgeuse has decreased in size about 15 percent.
We are a little closer to our freedom :)
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07/12/2009 09:15 AM
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
I've been following the Betelgeuse shrinkage ever since it was first reported a few weeks ago.

Betelgeuse has many ancient associations because it was one of the most visible naked-eye stars. Mostly it was connected with war, like Mars, because it was red.

So I'm intrigued by your last statement. Do you mean that as the warlike star shrinks, we'll be getting more freedom (or at least more peace)?
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07/12/2009 09:19 AM
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
puh! Betelgeuse is about 600 lightyears away. Just in case, it's heading for a supernova... hiding
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
From what i've found on the internet about the Orion constellation i know it's reptilian's home...so it's a sign they will be extermined.

I've been following the Betelgeuse shrinkage ever since it was first reported a few weeks ago.

Betelgeuse has many ancient associations because it was one of the most visible naked-eye stars. Mostly it was connected with war, like Mars, because it was red.

So I'm intrigued by your last statement. Do you mean that as the warlike star shrinks, we'll be getting more freedom (or at least more peace)?
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07/12/2009 09:31 AM
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
AHHHHHHH!!!

When it goes up in a supernova we'll ll get hit with a gamma ray burst! At this range, we'll all DIE as the atmosphere turns to acid!
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07/12/2009 09:33 AM
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
:z mcj0uA0 :
What happened to my beloved GLP????.
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07/12/2009 09:36 AM
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
From what i've found on the internet about the Orion constellation i know it's reptilian's home...so it's a sign they will be extermined.


I've been following the Betelgeuse shrinkage ever since it was first reported a few weeks ago.

Betelgeuse has many ancient associations because it was one of the most visible naked-eye stars. Mostly it was connected with war, like Mars, because it was red.

So I'm intrigued by your last statement. Do you mean that as the warlike star shrinks, we'll be getting more freedom (or at least more peace)?

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Most astronomers believe that it is going to go SUPERNOVA soon, [link to en.wikipedia.org]

And when it does, it will be BRIGHTER IN OUR NIGHT SKY THAN THE FULL MOON.
According to Wiki and other sources, it also has the mass to BECOME A BLACK HOLE. A BLACK HOLE AT 640 LIGHT YEARS FROM EARTH IS CERTAIN FUTURE DOOM.
It would start to reel our solar system in over a period of just a few million years.
WHEN IT GOES NOVA , YOU CAN START THE DOOM
CLOCK............
[link to www.imdb.com]
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07/12/2009 09:38 AM
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
AHHHHHHH!!!

When it goes up in a supernova we'll ll get hit with a gamma ray burst! At this range, we'll all DIE as the atmosphere turns to acid!
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No, its axis is pointed away from us. We'll just get a light show. Not to worry about this particular star.
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
It's magnetic field is so huge that it reaches Earth and our Sun. No one knows for sure but maybe it's why we are seeing all these changes on our solar system and our magnetosphere. According to many scientists the Universe is electro magnetic by nature and that means we are in for a hell of a ride when the sky goes bright from that massive Supernova.
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
its preparing to blow !!!


before star explode it expands or collapse...



ahhh
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
From what i've found on the internet about the Orion constellation i know it's reptilian's home...so it's a sign they will be extermined.


I've been following the Betelgeuse shrinkage ever since it was first reported a few weeks ago.

Betelgeuse has many ancient associations because it was one of the most visible naked-eye stars. Mostly it was connected with war, like Mars, because it was red.

So I'm intrigued by your last statement. Do you mean that as the warlike star shrinks, we'll be getting more freedom (or at least more peace)?



Most astronomers believe that it is going to go SUPERNOVA soon, [link to en.wikipedia.org]

And when it does, it will be BRIGHTER IN OUR NIGHT SKY THAN THE FULL MOON.
According to Wiki and other sources, it also has the mass to BECOME A BLACK HOLE. A BLACK HOLE AT 640 LIGHT YEARS FROM EARTH IS CERTAIN FUTURE DOOM.
It would start to reel our solar system in over a period of just a few million years.
WHEN IT GOES NOVA , YOU CAN START THE DOOM
CLOCK............
[link to www.imdb.com]
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Wrong. The black hole would have no more gravity than the star does now, since the mass would not increase. In fact, once it blows away much of its mass during the supernova, the black hole is left with even less mass so it's gravity at a distance is even weaker than the original star's was. What makes black holes seem to be stronger is that its gravity density is now much smaller since the same gravity is coming from a smaller volume and objects can get closer than previously and therefore are attracted more. For instance, if our sun was to instantly become a black hole, the earth would continue to orbit normally.
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Re: Red giant star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is shrinking
Betelgeuse,Betelgeuse,Betelgeuse!

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