- Be·tel·geuse (b t l-j z , b t l-j z ). n. A bright-red intrinsic variable star, 527 light- years from Earth, in the constellation Orion.
- Seeing Red: Will Betelgeuse Go Supernova in 2012?
- Betelgeuse's diameter is 8oo times larger than our Sun, and its mass is 20 Astronomers have recently determined that Betelgeuse is shrinking—in a big way .
- A SYSTEMATIC CHANGE WITH TIME IN THE SIZE OF BETELGEUSE
- The diameter of Betelgeuse (α Orionis) has been measured at a wavelength of 11.
- Star explodes in the Pinwheel Galaxy, may be bright enough for binoculars
- There is a chance that the massive star Betelgeuse; located in the constellation Orion, may be bright enough to rival the full moon once the light reaches the Earth. We are still waiting for that day.
- Night sky to show off the season's brilliant constellation
- The red supergiant there is Betelgeuse, marking one shoulder. Scorpius is a curving scorpion shape, with reddish Antares for its heart.
- They might be giants: a mind-blowing sense of stellar scale
- Betelgeuse has a fiery red colour and a radius more than a thousand times that of the sun.
- Forum: Taking sunset walk can be enlightening
- On cloudless winter evenings, the belt of Orion appears at sunset, and I spy out its three dazzling neighbors: red Betelgeuse, blue Rigel, and sparkling white Sirius. My dog and I are crowned with jewels as big as our solar system.
- Betelgeuse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Coordinates: Sky map 05 55 10.3053, +07° 24′ 25.426″.
- DON'T PANIC! Betelgeuse Won't Explode in 2012 : Discovery News
- Jan 20, 2011 Betelgeuse, the dying stellar celebrity, will explode but it's too far away to cause us any harm.
- Betelgeuse will explode someday | Brightest Stars | EarthSky
- Feb 2, 2011 Someday, the star Betelgeuse will run out of fuel, collapse under its own weight, and then rebound in a spectacular supernova explosion.
- Betelgeuse / Alpha Orionis
- Betelgeuse, or Alpha Orionis, is now estimated to be located around 430 +/- 100 light-years from Sol (based on a HIPPARCOS Plx= 7.63 +/- e_Plx= 1.64 mas).
- Beetle Juice (1988) - IMDb
- Of course, there's Michael Keaton, wildly comic as Betelgeuse.
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