The largest star in the 

Milky Way is dying

Even Though There

Is ongoing debate among scientists over many of the properties of VY Canis Majoris

They Have Still

Developed a model that predicts how the life of what may be the biggest star in the galaxy would end.

At a Distance of 3900

Light-years from Earth, the red hypergiant VY Canis Major can be found in the constellation Canis Major.

It Is One Among The

Milky Way's biggest and brightest stars. However, astronomers think it might be our galaxy's biggest star.

Although Astronomers

Disagree on the features of this star, researchers have developed a model of how its life would end.

According to ScienceAlert

Either by a supernova explosion or by turning into a black hole.

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