Solar System Under Gradual Destruction; Deadline to Expire is Known – Study

According to the researchers, at a certain point, the Sun will stop emitting nuclear fuel and then will become a giant reddish star. During this process, the Sun will swell and exponentially increase in size, absorbing planets like Mercury, Venus and the Earth.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A recent study has set a deadline for the solar system to vanish. But relax. Neither I, nor you, nor even our great-great-grandchildren will come anywhere near to experiencing this phenomenon. The extinction of planets orbiting around the Sun is projected to occur in one trillion years.

The article, written by scientists Jon K. Zink, Konstantin Batygin, and Fred C. Adams, from the Astronomy and Physics departments of universities in California and Michigan, in the United States, points out that the destruction of the solar system will be carried out precisely and ironically by . . .

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