BOOK your calendar, because scientists think they’ve figured out when the Sun will die and bring everyone along.
Of course, we really don’t need to worry, as our burning star is still considered very young, so all is well with us.
But in billions of years, when we are long forgotten, humanity is better off finding a new planet to call home.
Experts believe that the Sun has about five billion years left to live, BGR report.
At that point, they predict that the hydrogen core that keeps it running will come to an end.
This would cause serious trouble for Earth and every other planet that depends on the great fireball in our solar system.
When that happens, the sun will essentially look like a red planet and won’t be able to generate any heat.
Mercury and Venus will be the first to meet their horrifying, devoured end after the Sun’s outer layers become unstable and expand.
Meanwhile, the Earth will go on a rampage with nasty solar winds.
To be fair, it’s not a pretty picture, but really by then it might not be relevant to humanity.
Space researchers have predicted that we will have other problems on our disk a billion years from now – long before the Sun dies.
Our oceans would be vaporized by the Sun’s energy at that stage, with its luminosity increasing by 10%.
And that’s not forgetting the threat of climate change.
So while everyone alive is safe now and will be for many years to come, we will need to think about setting up shop on another planet for generations to come. somewhere, before it’s too late.
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