How Will The Solar System Die In Approximately Five Billion Years From Now?

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Jai Khullar Profile
Jai Khullar answered
The option c is your anwser.the nuclear fuel in the sun will run out and it will expand to a red giant.the earth and the other planets will be pushed into its core and will be vapourised.then it will become a neutron star and ultimately then into a black hole....
Josh H Profile
Josh H answered
The sun will become bigger and swallow up the planets, then it will get smaller and turn into a dwarf star.
James Wheeler Profile
James Wheeler answered
C, It will become what is known as a Planetary Nebula, which is what early astronomers called them because they didn't realize what they were seeing was the death of a sun like star.
james caison Profile
james caison answered
The sun will disappear due to a overwhelming amount of ash in the sky from an enormous asteroid
collision with the earth, the ash will be so thick I will not be able to find a bottle of "Stoli" and I must
say "THAT IS SOME THICK"!!!!
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Glen Thornbury answered
This is my field Nassy!
First off all life on any of these 8 planets will already be gone! For the molten cores will have cooled down and they'll lose there magnetic fields. (I've been called by PhDs "One of the Best Magnetic Physicist in the US) When this has happened the Lines of Flux that PROTECT, and MAKE LIFE POSSIBLE by blocking Harmful ray of radiation from the Sun, WILL BE GONE! AND ALL LIFE WITH IT GOES TOO!

THEN MUCH LATER! The Sun will collapse into a "Black Hole" and suck EVERYTHING in it!
THIS IS A SHORTENED VERSION!

THEN ZAP IT IS OVER JUST LIKE THAT! HOWEVER OTHER PLACES KEEP GOING AND ARE BEING BORN!
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