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The European Space Agency reveals when and how the end of the world will be

The scientists of the European Space Agency (ESA for its acronym in English) have made the calculation that seemed impossible: the date of the end of the world. And not only that, they also know how and why the end of life event on Earth will occur.

The scientists of THIS they have calculated when and how the process of the end of the Sun’s activity will be, and with that end, life on Earth will also end.

They explain that the Sun is in its main sequence phase, where the nucleus manages to transform hydrogen into helium, which generates energy that is expressed in the form of brightness and heat, according to DW.

The end of the Sun (or its main sequence) will occur between 10,000 and 11,000 million years, according to data from the Gaia space probe of the THIS.

At the end of that stage, the Sun will raise its temperature until it becomes a giant red star. After this phase it will become a dim white dwarf.

When the Sun is in its final stage the heat will increase in such a way that the Earth will be an uninhabitable planet because the high temperatures will evaporate the water.

El País de España in 2020 published that the Sun, after becoming a large red star, will swallow Mercury, Venus and Earth. Later, when it is a white dwarf, it will be “a stellar corpse with a mass not much less than that of the Sun and a size like that of our planet.”

The ESA notes that our Solar System is about 4.5 billion years old, which means that our Sun is in its half-life.

Source: Elcomercio

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