Researchers analyzed the probable outcomes of the explosion of the star Betelgeuse.
The allocation of unimaginable amounts of energy from a supernova can make the planet almost lifeless, as any liquid will simply evaporate into space.
Researchers analyzed the probable outcomes of the explosion of the star Betelgeuse, and came to the conclusion that the jet radiation can leave the Earth without water. According to physicists who study the stars Betelgeuse, it could explode like a million years and tomorrow, since the nature of her condition is very uncertain. Experts believe that at a certain location of the stars to Earth an enormous amount of energy will greatly damage the ozone layer of the Blue planet, if not destroy it.
In addition, jet emission from a supernova can vaporize the oceans on Earth, which planet will simply be lifeless, as all water supplies will fall in the open space. However, scientists believe that such an outcome is highly unlikely.
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