Our sun will probably look very much the same for the next few billion years, plodding happily along the main sequence, bathing our solar system in its friendly yellow rays. All very nice for us living on Earth, of course, but not terribly exciting. A white dwarf and its planetary nebula Happily for anyone who doesn't have a …
...The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork!
Thanks for another fine sampling of heavenly glory!
Well, I haven´t got anything logged for that date in 5 billion years time, so thanks hubble.
Now, this is bad blogging
This was lifted from today's Picture of The Day...
Sorry, thought I was on Digg for a second.... :p
Five billion years from now
Will that be a.m. or p.m.? It's just that I've got a BT engineer coming to fix my phone line in the morning, so it would be a bit awkward if the Sun went supernova before he arrived.
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