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Detailed View of Betelgeuse, on a Collision Course with a Nearby Wall of Dust
http://www.universetoday.com/99580/deta ... l-of-dust/
It is about a "mysterious" and "enigmatic" "dusty wall".
Rather than that, the picture is revealing the workings of a triple star system.
"linear bar" is actually convex.
It is another celestial sphere.
Times bigger than Betelgeuse's sphere.
This is the partner's star ( brown dwarf ) sphere.
Betelgeuse is "shrinking".
Will be changing it's color to yellow, pink, white, blue and back as any other star.
It would become supernova when white, but only once per 12,5 turns around the partner star.
Possible Betelgeuse's double ( Betelgeuse B )
In itself, it is also double ( Betelgeuse C )
That is the reason for Betelgeuse's variability.
We need to study double star systems.
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