- May 29, 2015
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Perhaps... or perhaps the gravitational flux of the star before it blows.if it's a graviational wave from betelgeuse going nova, then GWs travel faster than light.
heavy shit bro.
Betelgeuse. If the star goes supernova, it would produce a gravitational wave burst that could be detected.well this is reassuring
I think we need to …...I don't know....will it matter?
I was feeling pretty crappy on the 14th and my cats were stuck to the celling for a few seconds.....that was interesting....
Anyway ….Betelgeuse is / will/ might go supernova sometime this century....so …..
A mysterious cosmic event might have ever-so-slightly stretched and squeezed our planet last week.www.livescience.com
do you know how many names we have for a "nova"? it's one of the things astronomy "knows" the least about, and we're mostly in the dark about everything.Perhaps... or perhaps the gravitational flux of the star before it blows.
The supernova process begins with the star collapsing in on itself.
But the process could still take many years.