This July 11th 2013, man received a new view of our universe. A new x-ray NASA photo shows how God's universe always will amaze. The "Eskimo Nebula" or NGC 2392, which is located about 4,200 light years from Earth (that is traveling 186,000 miles per second for 4,200 years to get there) is a star that used up all of its hydrogen -- an event our Sun will go through in about five billion years.
When this event occurs, the star will cool and increase in radius by hundreds of times. Eventually, the remnant star will collapse to form a white dwarf.
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Bill Lauto, GTG