By Burton D. Fisher
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This is when it becomes a giant star. The Sun will also go through this process after it has exhausted its central fuel of hydrogen . It will then become so inflated that it will swallow the closer planets Venus and Mercury and also gobble up the Earth! But there is no need to get worried ; for this will not occur for at least 6 billion years or so. By then, space technologists will undoubtedly have found the means to escape from the Earth alive. 41 H ~ L I UM H Y OROG EN The onion-skin structure of a highly evolved star.
Y. Y. away, he is seeing it as it was one billion years ago. It is quite likely, that by now the galaxy may not be there at all! So if we venture out of our Galaxy the chances are that we will meet more and more galaxies as we travel on for billions of light years. So far there is no evidence that there is a limit to the Universe. The limit is rather on what we can see and how much we • can understand. Let us examine how far we have succeeded in unravelling the mysteries of the Universe. We begin with our own environmentthe solar system.
The stars are therefore made of positively charged ions and negatively charged electrons form ing a mixture, the 'plasma'. A study of the plasma at high temperatures is easier than that of more complicated atoms and molecules in solid or liquid form at low temperatures . The second reason why the study of stars is simpler is that there are so many of them . How this helps the astronomer can be understood with this imaginary example : 33 Suppose an intelligem being from outer space visits the Earth and wants to find out about human beings.
The Valkyrie (Die Walkure) (Opera Journeys Mini Guide Series) by Burton D. Fisher