Is the Betelgeuse at the beginning or end of its life?
Betelgeuse is near the end of its life, probably going to explode as a supernova in the next few thousand years.
Both Betelgeuse and Pollux are close to the end of their life. Both of the stars are large and cold in surface temperature. One difference is that Betelgeuse is a red supergiant, and Pollux is an orange giant.
Its an awful lot hotter than England. Betelgeuse is a huge sun, many tens the size of ours and at the end of its life, possibly due to become a super nova
Betelgeuse is a star and thus cannot support life - as we know it.
A red super giant star nearing the end of its life. It is currently fusing helium in its core. Betelgeuse is expected to explode as a type II supernova, possibly within the next million years.
Betelgeuse is only about 10 million years old - and is close to death already. It has already exhibited, an expansion and contraction of it's outer shell, which is a sure sign, that it will soon (astronomically) come to a final end as a supernova.
Betelgeuse is the massive red giant star at the shoulder of the constellation Orion. The greater the initial mass of a star, the faster it develops, and the faster it ages. Betelgeuse is nearing the end of its "life", and will probably explode in a supernova relatively soon. However, "relatively soon" to an astronomer means "within the next 100,000 years", so it isn't likely to happen tonight - or even within our short human lifetimes.
That's beginning, not end isn't it?
About ten million years. Betelgeuse is a high-mass star and is therefore near the end of its "life" even though it formed much more recently than the Sun (which is between 4 and 5 billion years old, and still "middle-aged").
There is an e at the beginning of death, at the end of life, and in the middle of the word universe. This riddle describes where the letter e falls in each word.
Betelgeuse is a supergiant red star that is nearing its end of life. The sun is a relatively small main sequence star in the middle of its life. It is believed that Betelgeuse is only 10 million years old, and that it has evolved so rapidly because of its extremely high mass - it is one of the largest stars we know of - and its demise as a type II supernova is predicted within… Read More
It's possible, yes. Betelgeuse is a red giant star that is going through the last stages of life, as viewed from earth. The light from the star takes several hundred years to reach us though, so it's possible that the star has already come to the end of it's life in that time. When it comes to the end of it's life it will explode in a supernova explosion. We should be able to see… Read More
There is neither a beginning nor an end , but a constant change between beginning and end, between birth and death, which then produces new life...
a circle I think - no beginning or end
The letter "e".
Betelgeuse is a red supergiant star about 640 light-years from Earth. So light from Betelgeuse takes 640 years to get here. Here's an interesting fact; the star Betelgeuse is probably near the end of its life, and may explode in a supernova explosion any time. Very massive stars like Betelgeuse live fast and die in under 100 million years, and Betelgeuse will probably go supernova within the next 10,000 years. This is like no time… Read More
The middle. Bah, bah, bah!
A Zombie D= *gasp*
Exit - Death. Entrances - Life. Or the beginning and end of different stages of their life
I think it's because life is a circle so they carved it because a circle has no beginning or end and so does life, it has no beginning or end "you live you die then something else is born in your place" Edwin said that.
No, a protostar is basically the BEGINNING of a star's life cycle.
well fossil study is not the start of life because it is the end of life for dinosour and other things that died.
it originated the beginning of the end of life as most Aussies know it
There was no specific god or goddess of life. The Moirae, or Fates, were in control of a persons life from beginning to end. They were Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos.
Nobody remade it for The Watchmen, it's another song by Smashing Pumpkins. They have "The Beginning Is The End Is The Beginning" and "The End Is The Beginning Is The End." The song played in The Watchmen trailer was "The Beginning Is The End Is The Beginning."
No. A geometric line has no beginning or end. A ray has a beginning, but no end. A line segment has both a beginning and an end.
No. Pi has a beginning (3) but not an end (that we know of). A line that's drawn, and goes into a loop (like a number 9 or 6) has a beginning but no end. If you're talking about every living thing, then we don't know. All living things that we know of have an end, but is the 'life entity' that controls a body eternal? No one knows (yet...)
The beginning of the end is hard to say what it is, but if you really want to know, the beginning of the end is just that the start of the end. from carl25 NO! The beginning of THE END is the letter "T"
"Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is perhaps, the end of the beginning." - Winston Churchill.
Dreams use "death" to represent the end of one thing and the beginning of something new. In this dream, your relationship with this particular relative might be changing. Or that relative could be a symbol for some part of your own life that is changing or coming to an end, such as the end of vacation, the beginning of school or the end of one job and beginning of a new career.
a doughnut IN ADDITION: A mobius strip. Your love life. universe Time Air
No one knows when it actually will become a supernova but it will take hundreds of years for the light to reach us It could be anytime. Betelgeuse is about 640 light years away. So it could have exploded anytime since 1370 (The year when the first steel crossbow was used in war) and we still wouldn't know it. Astronomers believe that the supernova from Betelgeuse will be observable by human civilization. It has recently… Read More
No. Betelgeuse is about 10 million years old, which is very young in terms stellar age and is barely enough time for a planet to form. Any planet so young would still be red hot from its formation. Despite being a young star, Betelgeuse is already dying as it has burned through the hydrogen in its core very quickly and has expanded into a red supergiant much brighter than it previously was. If a planet… Read More
No A line segment has a beginning and an end, but a line has no beginning or end. A ray has a beginning but no end.
The dream is about a significant transition in your life. The "dying" is not literal death but the end of one period of life, such as graduation, which is the end of your life as a student and the beginning of your life as an independent adult. Generally such dreams refer to a major life change, such as graduation, marriage, career change, etc., but occasionally they seem related to rather mundane events, such as the… Read More
No, Betelgeuse is a star.
Possibly. It might end up as a black hole, or it could be a neutron star.
"logy" means the science of. Like take Biology for instance... the beginning,bio meaning life; and the end, logy meaning the study of... so biology is the study of life.
Nothing in real life. But in the movie Betelgeuse will come and visit you and do something. He will come to your house and when you sleep he will stare at you and scare you all night it's true I tried it and almost pooped my pants.
alpha and omega birth and death- beginning could also be referred to as conception; the medical term for around time of birth is "perinatal."
The answer is historical. It's a quote from WW2. Prime Minister Winston Churchill made the statement "Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. but it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning." Nov 10 1942
Dreams of death usually relate to the end of one stage of life and the beginning of something new. The change could be anything from moving to a new home to the beginning of a school term. Dreams sometimes picture the end of a relationship as "death," because that person is no longer present in the dreamer's life.
The End Is the Beginning Is the End was created on 1997-04-04.
No. Betelgeuse is a star.
Opinion Death is actually the "beginning" of an eternal life; either in heaven, hell or in between. Opinion Yes, death is the end. All religions stem from our fear of death and the end.
The Sun is a yellow dwarf - Betelgeuse is a red supergiant The Sun has a spectral type of G2V, Betelgeuse is M2 Betelgeuse is about 1,000 times larger than our Sun. Betelgeuse will explode as a supernova our Sun won't. Our Sun has a temperature of about 5,700 Kelvin, Betelgeuse is 3,500 K. Betelgeuse is only a few million years old, the Sun is 4.5 billion years old.
Yes, there is a star named Betelgeuse. Betelgeuse is a red star located on the constellation of Orion.
It means your present relationship with your son may be changing. Dreams often express the normal transitions in life as dying. For example, the end of childhood and beginning of the teen years may appear as the death of the child in a dream; school graduation can appear as death in dreams because it is the end of student life. Consider whether your son, or perhaps you, yourself, may be approaching the end of a… Read More
The letter E beginning of End end of timE and spacE
It's possible. If we cannot stop global warming, then the earth will simply get hotter and hotter till no life can exist.