This is how the sun will die, scientists say - and it's not looking good for Earth
Scientists believe they have finally discovered what will happen when the sun dies – and it doesn't look good for Earth.
Experts had long been in agreement about when our star will die - in approximately 10 billion years - but were previously unsure as to how it would go.
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Now, an international team of astronomers, including Professor Albert Zijlstra from the University of Manchester, believe they have figured it out - and it ends in a blaze of glory known as a planetary nebula.
As the sun burns the last of its hydrogen it will turn into a red giant and expand to 250 times its current size, certainly destroying Earth - although the planet will have long been uninhabitable by the time it comes.
The scientists say this will leave behind a ghostly glowing ring of interstellar gas and dust.
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