The Sun Will Die, Says European Space Agency Data, This is When it Will Happen

 Currently going through its middle age, the Sun is estimated to be 4.57 billion years, according to data

the Sun is currently fusing its hydrogen core to helium, a process known as nuclear fusion, and is generally rather stable.

But the giant star will eventually die. This will happen as it will continue to grow hotter and hotter and then gradually run out of hydrogen

 In order to bring in hydrogen, the core will contract and form a hydrogen shell. 

While the core contracts, the outer atmosphere of the Sun will expand, eating the Earth and even engulfing Mars

 This will turn the Sun into a red giant, lowering its surface temperature in the process.

The star of our solar system is expected to reach its maximum temperature at approximately 8 billion years of age.

It will then cool down and continue to increase in size becoming a giant red star. It will reach the end of its life at the age of 10-11 billion years.

It will then cool down and continue to increase in size becoming a giant red star. It will reach the end of its life at the age of 10-11 billion years.

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