'Betelgeuse on Steroids'  Massive Stars Die

Sheds Light on How Rare

A New Map of One of the Most

Massive stars in our galaxy is shedding light on what happens in the final stages of a giant star's death.

Astronomers Created a Detailed

3D map of VY Canis Majoris, a dying red hypergiant star   located over 3,000 light-years from Earth.

They Found That the Way This

Rare supergiant star loses mass is analogous to coronal arcs — loops of plasma that erupt from the sun

Using the Atacama Large

Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile, the team, led by University of Arizona researchers Ambesh Singh 

Traced the Distributions and Velocities

Of molecules as they swirled around VY Canis Majoris and mapped them to structures of ejected material, extending to billions miles. 

Ziurys Said in a Statement.

"Think of it as Betelgeuse on steroids, It is much larger, much more massive and undergoes violent mass eruptions every 200 years or so."

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