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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsAstronomy & Space · 1 decade ago

Will the sun keep shining forever?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    No. Stars like the sun mature and eventually they burn themselves out. We are a long way from that.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The sun will not shine forever. After billion year the sun will consume it's hydrogen gas and eventually explode.

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  • debbie
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    3 years ago

    do not trouble - The Earth will be destroyed through people loooong in the previous the sunlight burns out! The sunlight is fairly midway by ability of its significant sequence, which will very last about yet another 5 billion years. although. the Earth will grow to be uninhabitable in the previous then because the sunlight grows hotter because it shifts in the route of the red widely used area. Even if so, we people have yet another 900 million years - an eternity, pondering people were round less than a million/one thousandth of that factor!

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  • no probably... this can be simply explained from the laws of the thermodynamics.... that is anything which is said to be active will give out energy... this holds good for black holes tooo.... which was once thought in the other way..... our sun will live for another 5 million years from that it will become a red giant and swallows the first three planets... then becomes a white dwarf,and burns the helium,once that is getting over it dies out for ever..... hope this might helped u.... thanks

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    nope sun is a star and all stars will explode.... but thers a unit which is 1.44times sun's mass- chandrashekar unit....this unit will determine whether the star dies resulting in a super nova or forming a white dwarf star....as the sun's chandrashekar unit is xactlly 1.44times the suns mass it will result in a white dwarf star....if the unit of a star is more it will result in a supernova explosion which leads to the formation of a black hole

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  • 1 decade ago

    i think no, sun is only part of gallaxy just like the star's, scientics consider sun as nearest stars in our plannets, and some stars dissaper in gallaxy because it also has a lifetime energy capacity to produce heat but it take a thousand year before it die and become a garbage in galaxy like meteors and some dead plannet, but don't you worry you will never see it to stops shinning maybe your re-encarnation

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  • Gene
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    1 decade ago

    No it's only around for another 6 or 7 billion years.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The Bible says that when God takes His the saved people.... The sun will go off

    So will u be in heaven at that time!?

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  • 1 decade ago

    It's cloudy with a 40% chance of precipitation, with light north-westerly winds.

    So in short, No

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    nope, the hydrogen is gonna run out in about 6 to 8 billion years from now , so....dont worry

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