According to foreign media reports, our sun is a relatively predictable star. We know it’s cyclical, we know its age roughly, we think we know how long it’s going to last in its current state, and eventually “lose a temper” and destroy most of the solar system. But there are many different kinds of stars in the universe, some of which are much stronger than the sun’s. < / P > < p > this is a wolf Rayet star. To get the title, the star must be bright and hot, and it seems to be constantly at risk of collapse and explosion due to the amount of exhausted fuel. Obviously, only one of these stars will meet the specific criteria. < / P > < p > APEP is such a star, but it is actually much rarer than it appears. This is because APEP is not a single star, but a double star, they rotate around each other’s orbit and dance gracefully. Binary stars produce a spiral pattern as the emission material rotates around each other, but wolf Rayet binary stars produce a more spectacular pattern in the sky. < / P > < p > as in this photo taken by the European Southern Observatory, APEP forms a very beautiful symbolic pattern in the sky. Do you think the design looks like the logo of the third movie of alien? It’s not a 100% match, but it’s much closer than it should be. < / P > < p > of course, its beauty obscures the fact that the star is essentially a bomb waiting to explode. Apart from showing all the usual wolf rayets extreme behavior, APEP’s main star seems to be spinning fast. This means that when it becomes a supernova, it may have all the ingredients to detonate a long gamma ray burst. < / P > < p > maybe 8000 light-years from earth, the star may have exploded, but we haven’t seen it yet. If so, you may soon see a spectacular light show. Global Tech

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