12 hundred light years away, the scene of the resurrection
Earth is the third planet of the solar system. The first two are Mercury and Venus, both of which are closer to the Sun than Earth. Earth is the planet where life exists, the planet’s atmosphere is where all living things breathe, water is the basis of life. But the earth revolves around a star, the sun, which must one day die, but before the sun dies, it will do something that will erase the earth forever.
Every star in the universe has an age. Stars are made mostly of hydrogen gas. Atoms of hydrogen gas in stars are converted into helium and other elements through the process of fusion. Under this process, part of the matter is converted into energy which is emitted in the form of light and radiation. Our Sun is also illuminated by the same process of hydrogen gas being converted into helium. When the hydrogen gas in the sun becomes less and the helium gas becomes more, the process of helium fusion will begin. This will cause three helium atoms to combine into carbon atoms in another process called the triple-alpha process. This process will increase the temperature of the sun to many times the current temperature. Then there will come a time when the sun will begin to expand rapidly. Its volume will start increasing. About five billion years from now, the Sun will have become a red giant star. First, it will swallow Mercury, followed by Venus, and finally, about 7.5 billion years from now, it will swallow our Earth. By that time, humans will not be on earth. We will either have moved to another planet or will be gone forever.
Until now we knew that the Sun would swallow the Earth as it expanded in its final age, but we had never seen this happen anywhere else in the universe. Although scientists have seen many times before or after planets being swallowed by stars, the phenomenon of a planet being swallowed by a star has never been seen or recorded before.
Then in 2020, Dr. Cashley D., a researcher at MIT University in the United States, saw a star in our own Milky Way galaxy 12,000 light-years away shining 100 times brighter than its normal brightness. Powerful telescopes on Earth saw a flash of light from the star, which was recorded. Later, when this light was tested, it was found that the star must have collided with an object that is a thousand times smaller and cooler than it. But what could it be? If we look at Jupiter, it is about a thousand times smaller than the Sun. Here the scientists realized that maybe they had actually seen a planet the size of Jupiter colliding with its star 12 thousand light years away.
When this flash of light from the star was further analyzed, the scientist could estimate that the collision between this planet and the star released 33 times more hydrogen than the mass of the Earth. Computer models suggested that this amount of hydrogen could have been released only if the star was one and a half times the size of the Sun and the impact planet was Jupiter or ten times larger. So we saw a star swallowing a planet. It is possible that on a planet that has been swallowed up by its star, there is life for which it may be the last day that humans today see with modern telescopes hundreds of light-years away.
written by Doctor Hafeez Ul Hassan Pakistan