1. Nearby supergiant star is mysteriously dimming, but there may be an answer  BGR
  2. Betelgeuse: Nearby 'supernova' star's dimming explained  BBC News
  3. Betelgeuse: 'Large spots' explain star's recent unusual behaviour, scientists say  The Independent
  4. Giant star spots, not dust, likely culprit in dimming of Betelgeuse  Astronomy Now Online
  5. Giant star spots likely cause of Betelgeuse dimming  Phys.org
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Astronomers have observed the nearby supergiant star Betelgeuse dimming in recent months. Some have theorized that the star is about to go supernova, exploding violently as it dies.Astronomers have observed the nearby supergiant star Betelgeuse dimming in recent months. Some have theorized that the star is about to go supernova, exploding violently as it dies. A new theory su…

Nearby supergiant star is mysteriously dimming, but there may be an answer – BGR

Astronomers say big cool patches on the Betelgeuse star likely drove its surprise dimming last year.Astronomers say big cool patches on the Betelgeuse star likely drove its surprise dimming last year.

Betelgeuse: Nearby 'supernova' star's dimming explained - BBC News

The recent unusual behaviour of the star Betelgeuse could finally have been explained, after new work by astronomers. The star has been dimming strangely in recent months, with scientists speculating that it could be about to explode into a supernova or was otherwise being subject to an unknown process. Now new research has shown that the most likely explanation of the dimmingThe recent unusual behaviour of the star Betelgeuse could finally have been explained, after new work by astronomers. The star has been dimming strangely in recent months, with scientists speculating

Betelgeuse: 'Large spots' explain star's recent unusual behaviour, scientists say | The Independent

Giant star spots, not dust, likely culprit in dimming of Betelgeuse – Astronomy Now

Researchers from the Max Plank Institute have shown the months of 'dimming' was caused by giant 'cool star spots' covering 70 per cent of the star's surface and in turn lowering its temperature.Researchers from the Max Plank Institute have shown the months of 'dimming' was caused by giant 'cool star spots' covering 70 per cent of the star's surface and in turn lowering its temperature.

Betelgeuse's dimming may have been caused by a star spot one hundred times bigger than the Sun  | Daily Mail Online

Betelgeuse, the bright star in the constellation of Orion, has been fascinating astronomers in the recent months because of its unusually strong decline in brightness. Scientists have been discussing ...

Giant star spots likely cause of Betelgeuse dimming

The supergiant star is growing a super-sized star spot, says a new study. The supergiant star is growing a super-sized star spot, says a new study.

Betelgeuse’s Mystery Dimming Caused By A Star Spot A Hundred Times Larger Than The Sun, Say Scientists

The red supergiant Betelgeuse is cooling down and fading in brightness as it nears the end of its life.The red supergiant Betelgeuse is cooling down and fading in brightness as it nears the end of its life.

Betelgeuse brightness fading after outbreak of ‘star spots’ | E&T Magazine

In late 2019 the red supergiant closest to Earth, Betelgeuse, began to rapidly fade in brightness. Initially thought to be a sign that the star was about to go supernova or that it experienced a dust storm, scientists have now found that it was caused by a gigantic star spot 10% colder than the rest of the star’s surface. Betelgeuse is the br...In late 2019 the red supergiant closest to Earth, Betelgeuse, began to rapidly fade in brightness. Initially thought to be a sign that the star was about to go supernova or that it experienced a dust storm, scientists have now found that it was caused by a gigantic star spot 10% colder than the rest of the star’s surface. Betelgeuse is the br...

Earth’s nearest supergiant is cooling down at the end of its life

In late 2019 the red supergiant closest to Earth, Betelgeuse, began to rapidly fade in brightness. Initially thought to be a sign that the star was about...In late 2019 the red supergiant closest to Earth, Betelgeuse, began to rapidly fade in brightness. Initially thought to be a sign that the star was about...

Earth's nearest supergiant is cooling down at end of its life | Mirage News