What Would Happen If The Sun Explodes Tomorrow?

what would happen, If the Sun exploded tomorrow? Yeah! that’s the star at the center of our solar system. That’s a super hot ball of plasma that gives us heat and energy and amazing complexions. Well, it’s a ticking Time Bomb! The sun is about 10 billion years old, but it’s only expected to last about another five billion years after that the sun will expand becoming a red giant.

Then it will shrink to become a white dwarf dying star cooling for the next several million years. Of course, we’ll all be long gone before any of that happens. But still, can you imagine what it would be like to watch the sun blow up before your very eyes with a name like

For Nova? you’d think that a solar explosion would be the most magnificent fireworks show the world has ever seen But in reality, you likely wouldn’t see anything. The sun is 150 million kilometers away from Earth. It takes minutes for light from the sun to reach us and while that may seem super far away in Supernova terms. We don’t stand a chance.

For Earth to be completely safe from a supernova. We need to be at least 50 to 100 light-years away, but its good news is the sun was to explode to tomorrow the resulting shock wave wouldn’t be strong enough to destroy the whole earth only the side facing the sun would boil away instantly so lucky another half would experience a rise in temperature. That would be 15 times hotter than the sun’s current surface temperature.

And friend Darkness Without the Sun’s mass keeping us in orbit Earth like we start floating off into space while It’s remaining inhabitants desperately struggle to stay alive. There is a chance that our planet could lock into orbit around another star that might provide the same light and heat as our sun. But by the time that happened, we’d all be long gone.

If we knew in advance the day that the sun will explode then we could buy ourselves as many as 1,000 years of time provided. We had the resources to sustain ourselves for that long, and we could just a few meters below the ground you walk on the earth is maintaining a temperature of about 17 degrees. So if we had enough time to prepare civilization could continue to live by moving underground into a huge network of fortified.

Within a week after the explosion the surface temperature on Earth would drop to minus 18 degrees within a year temperatures would plummet to minus 73 degrees at this point to freeze from the top down in 1,000 years Earth’s atmosphere with fries and collapse leaving anything left of the surface exposed to Cosmic radiation meteor impacts.

Delete by that point we have found ourselves a new home is that if the sun were to explode will eventually happen overnight when the sun does die. It will be a long slow arduous process taking place over billions of years the sun will get hotter and brighter, and it will start to expand during this process. It will lose its outer layers to the cosmos into the creation. Other stars and planets in the same way that the filing first of the Big Bang, who knows maybe new life form.

Can you imagine another Earth’s humanoid species? It’s hard to predict how our galaxy might look billions of years from now and it’s especially hard to imagine our solar system without the great Golden Anchor that keeps us all together one day in the very distant future the sun will expand and that it will shrink maybe leaving room for a new start to take his place and if by some miracle Humanity still exists at that point!

Can you imagine your descendants?

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