Scientists saw the star swallowing the planet for the first time
Scientists saw the star swallowing the planet for the first time: Said- after 5 billion years the same will happen with our earth
Scientists have recorded for the first time such a movement in the universe in which a dying star swallowed a planet. The size of the star is said to be equal to that of the Sun. While the planet was a ball of gas as big as Jupiter.
According to CNN, the entire process was observed by a team of scientists from Harvard University and the California Institute of Technology. The team has told that it looks quite scary. Nevertheless, it was important to gain knowledge about the process. According to a team of scientists, one day the sun will also swallow our earth and the three planets ahead of it.
Scientists told that they had never seen stars doing this before. Kishle Day, who did research on this matter at MIT, told CNN that we have been reading for a long time that the sun will one day absorb our solar system inside itself. He told that this will happen only after 5 billion years. At that time the earth will end in a moment. An example of this is now in front of us.
According to scientists, the incident of swallowing the star's planet took place in 2020 in a constellation named Aquila at a distance of 12 thousand light-years from Earth. Those who did this research took 3 years to understand this process. The star that ate the planet was also 10 billion years old, like our sun.