ALMA Caught a New High-Resolution Image of Betelgeuse

Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope in Chile, astronomers have caught this stunning new image of the brightest star in our sky, Betelgeuse. The star is located in the Orion constellation and is 600 light-years away from our planet. This huge bright star is only 8 million years old, but scientists predict they will explode soon as a supernova.

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