When observing planetary farms near Birds Tac, astronomers have discovered that one of them was formed by a star that inverted in the last days of its existence & # 39; was averted.
That is why HuBi 1 Nebula, in the constellation Snake, has become hot on the outside and cold inside.
According to scientists, in the same way, our solar evolution will one day come close to our extremity, which in terms of mass and size closely resembles the star that HuBi 1 has produced, writes Earthchronicles.com.
Planetary nebulae are the remains of a dead star, which is almost completely depleted of hydrogen sources. The dying star, or the white dwarf, constantly blows the cloud of dust and gas into the ultraviolet rays, making it seem lively.
In the case of HuBi 1, however, the star was not an ordinary white dwarf. As researchers have established, their brightness has decreased by 10,000 times over the last 50 years and the temperature has been too low for this type of light all the time.
So the astronomers came to the conclusion that it represents the Wolf-Rhode star – an exceptionally hot and active blue star that releases vast amounts of its substances into space.
The transformation took place at the last moments of the star's existence, when the helium combustion processes started at the core. The remains of the outer shell were thrown into space, and the sub-unit that existed before it was reversed during a powerful shock wave.
Thus, the outer layers of the oak became the brightest and hottest area, and the regions in the interior remained cold and opaque due to dust emitted into the environment.
A very similar future can also wait for the sun.