horrifying! This is how the planet Earth and the solar system will die; Technology reveals when and how its death will occur

Our solar system is set to die. But how and when will it happen? Scientists published the technology and the results came out.

The laws of thermodynamics have made it clear that everything in the universe will die one day. We, our planet, the sun, or the solar system are no exception. It is very difficult to imagine that the solar system, which has been here for 4.5 billion years, will one day collapse. It’s a terrifying idea, but according to scientists, it is inevitable. Advanced technology was deployed and expensive instruments were used to radioactively date other bodies believed to be of the same age as the Sun. This data is then added to prediction models, a program created by technologists to calculate the half-life and life expectancy of celestial bodies based on their radioactivity signature. Organizations like NASA can do this with very high accuracy. But the question that remains is how and when will the solar system die? Read on to find out.

death of the solar system

By the way, the first step to the death of the solar system will be the death of the Earth. In the next billion years, some major changes will occur. The sun rises slowly. Today, it’s 30% brighter than when it was formed. This allowed the habitable zone of the solar system to fall as easily as the Earth is.

But as the sun consumes all the hydrogen and moves into helium for nuclear fusion, the molecular weight will increase its temperature, the size of the core and the rate at which the sun produces energy. As a result, the heat of the earth will begin to heat up and the water will begin to evaporate. This marks the end of all life remaining on this planet.

The second stage begins then as the gravitational force of the Sun increases, the rocky planets will begin to become unstable in their orbits. As a result, there is a good chance that Mercury will collide with Venus or that Earth will end up colliding with Mars. And if this does not happen somehow, in about five billion years, the Sun will turn into a red giant, increasing in size so much that it will envelop the inner planets, including the Earth. Yes, the sun will grow so large that it reaches the earth.

But when it turns into a red giant, it will also lose its mass, energy, and gravitational force. Therefore, gaseous planets will move away from the Sun and their orbits will continue to increase.

Finally, in about seven billion years, the Sun will turn into a white dwarf. It would still have the same mass but would only occupy half the volume of Earth. And then you will spend eternity calming down. At this point, the gravitational pull will be affected even more, pushing the remaining planets farther into space.

The solar system can survive like this for hundreds of billions of years, unless another star passes by. The likelihood of this happening will increase as the size of the solar system doubles. The passing star would pull all the remaining planets toward itself because the little white dwarf would be powerless to fight it. The remaining planets will either become part of this star system or be ejected into space to become free-floating planets and this will be the death of the solar system.