1. A dying star 1,000 times bigger than the sun could soon explode  Euronews
  2. Will Betelgeuse Explode? After ‘Unprecedented’ Dimming The Giant Star Is Now Changing Shape  Forbes
  3. Stunning new images of red supergiant star Betelgeuse captured  Daily Mail
  4. New Images of a Fading Betelgeuse  The New York Times
  5. Betelgeuse's shenanigans just got weirder: Only *part* of it is dimming  SYFY WIRE
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But at over 700 light-years away, astronomers say there's no risk to Earth. But at over 700 light-years away, astronomers say there's no risk to Earth.

A dying star 1,000 times bigger than the sun could soon explode | Euronews

Betelgeuse, a reddish star that is part of the Orion constellation, may be entering a pre-supernova phase - where it gets fainter before collapsing in a fiery explosion.Betelgeuse, a reddish star that is part of the Orion constellation, may be entering a pre-supernova phase - where it gets fainter before collapsing in a fiery explosion.

A Dying Star One Thousand Times Bigger Than The Sun Could Soon Explode

New images of Betelgeuse show only part of it is dimming.What the heck is Betelgeuse doing? The red supergiant star marking the constellation Orion's right shoulder is one of the most famous in the sky (at least one supernatural comedy movie has, I admit,

Bad Astronomy | Betelgeuse's shenanigans just got weirder: Only *part* of it is dimming