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  3. Strangely Behaving Red Supergiant Betelgeuse Smaller and Closer Than First Thought  SciTechDaily
  4. Betelgeuse is 25 percent closer than previously thought  Tech Explorist
  5. Red supergiant Betelgeuse not so bright, not so giant, not so far away  Astronomy Now Online
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If you were hoping to see it go supernova, then you're going to be bummed by this latest news.The red supergiant is smaller and closer to us than we knew.

Celebrity star Betelgeuse is smaller and closer to us than we thought - CNET

Using new observational data from the space-based Solar Mass Ejection Imager and three different modeling techniques, astronomers have found that Betelgeuse, a red supergiant in the constellation of Orion, has a radius of about 764 solar radii, a mass between 16.5 and 19 solar masses, and is 548 light-years away.Using new observational data from the space-based Solar Mass Ejection Imager and three different modeling techniques, astronomers have found that Betelgeuse, a red supergiant in the constellation of Orion, has a radius of about 764 solar radii, a mass between 16.5 and 19 solar masses, and is 548 light-years away.

Betelgeuse is Smaller and Closer to Earth than Previously Thought | Astronomy | Sci-News.com

It may be another 100,000 years until the giant red star Betelgeuse dies in a fiery explosion, according to a new study by an international team of researchers. The study, led by Dr. Meridith Joyce from The Australian National University (ANU), not only gives Betelgeuse a new lease on life, but s

Strangely Behaving Red Supergiant Betelgeuse Smaller and Closer Than First Thought

Scientists studying the star Betelgeuse have determined that it's actually roughly 25% closer than previous estimates. The star is also slightly smaller than scientists assumed, though it still appears as though it's reaching the end of its life.Scientists studying the star Betelgeuse have determined that it’s actually roughly 25% closer than previous estimates. The star is also slightly smaller than scientists assumed, though it sti…

Betelgeuse is 25 percent closer than scientists thought – BGR

Red supergiant Betelgeuse not so bright, not so giant, not so far away – Astronomy Now

A new study has suggested that the giant red star Betelgeuse is both smaller and closer to Earth than previously thought.A new study has suggested that the giant red star Betelgeuse is both smaller and closer to Earth than previously thought.

Betelgeuse is 25 percent closer than previously thought - Tech Explorist

The stellar explosion will be so bright it will be visible during the day for the best part of a year, researchers say.The stellar explosion will be so bright it will be visible during the day for the best part of a year, researchers say.

Scientists figure out when red supergiant Betelgeuse will go supernova | Science & Tech News | Sky News

Betelgeuse isn’t as wide or as big as we thought, and...Betelgeuse isn’t as wide or as big as we thought, and...

Betelgeuse isn’t as wide or as big as we thought, and...

In the wake of recent fluctuations in Betelgeuse's brightness, astronomers have rigorously examined the star's vital statistics, and come up with a bit of a surprise.In the wake of recent fluctuations in Betelgeuse's brightness, astronomers have rigorously examined the star's vital statistics, and come up with a bit of a surprise.

Betelgeuse Is Neither as Far Nor as Large as We Thought, And It's a Total Bummer

It may be another 100,000 years until the giant red star Betelgeuse dies in a fiery explosion, according to a new study by an international team of researchers.

Supergiant star Betelgeuse smaller, closer than first thought

New research indicates Betelgeuse is 530 light years away, 25% closer than previously measured.Hey, remember Betelgeuse? It caused quite a kerfuffle both among astronomers and normal people in late 2019 and early 2020 when the star's brightness dropped precipitously. There was much speculation

Bad Astronomy | New research indicates Betelgeuse may be closer to Earth than previously thought

A new study sheds light on when the celebrity star Betelgeuse will explode and turn into a supernova.A new study sheds light on when the celebrity star Betelgeuse will explode and turn into a supernova.

When Will Celebrity Star Betelgeuse Explode? Supergiant Closer To Earth Than Previously Thought

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