Will the world end? A star 20 times hotter than the Sun is coming closer to the Milky Way, strongly estimated collision

Asteroid or comet coming towards our planet is a common event. Now something bigger is about to happen. One of the most popular and strange stars in our sky, Zeta Ophiuchi, is moving towards the Milky Way. Milky Way means our galaxy. Experts estimate that this star moving towards our galaxy at a speed of about 30 to 40 kilometers per second will hit it. You will be surprised to know that Zeta Ophiuchi is 20 times hotter than our Sun.

reports Of accordingNow this star is found 440 light years away from our Earth in the equatorial constellation of Ophiuchus. It is the only star found in the Ophiuchus constellation. It is the third brightest star in our constellation, but remains in the limelight due to not being fixed in one place. Such stars are rare in our galaxy and have a short life span. Now, however, it can be seen roaming the area on its own. These stars usually have short lifetimes.

Some scientists believe that this star may have originated from a supernova explosion in a binary star. A supernova explosion occurs when a star gets old. Not much research has been done on this star yet. Some research is going on, under which researchers are trying to understand the habitat and surroundings of this star.

Scientists have encouraged curiosity, and many studies are currently being conducted. However, researchers are working to understand the habitat and surroundings of this peculiar star. Scientists say that the speed of this star is 30 to 40 kilometers per second. Helium and hydrogen are present in its core, making it an O type star. It is too early to say that if this star collides with our galaxy, what will be its consequences. Any solid information on this will be revealed only after scientific research.



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