When the stars go out?
Answer from: Catherine Shmeleva:
I do not cease to learn new things. I love traveling and everything associated with it. A lot of...
Although it is a very interesting question, but I, unfortunately, do not have enough knowledge in physics and I will not be able to give a good enough answer. At least not in the way that might be expected.
Instead, I suggest you read Arthur C. Clarke's wonderful story "Nine Billion Names of God" and find the answer in it.
- Are there any bodies (planets, stars) in space that do not rotate? Does the rotation of currently known bodies slow down? What would change if everything stopped rotating?
- What beautiful names of the stars you know?
- If our universe is closed, we won't have heat death waiting for us? And how will this work, how will new stars as powerful as these appear?
- Why do neutron stars explode?
- Looking at distant galaxies, stars and planets that may no longer exist, is it possible to say the same about us, if someone looks at us from far away?