Betelgeuse: Star’s weird dimming sparks rumors that its death is imminent

Betelgeuse: Star’s weird dimming sparks rumors that its death is imminent
Every season has its characteristic star constellations in the night sky. Orion—one of the most recognizable—is distinctly visible on crisp, clear winter nights in the northern hemisphere. The constellation is easy to spot even in light-polluted cities, with its bright stars representing the shape of a person.
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