It may be another 100,000 years until the giant red star Betelgeuse dies in a fiery explosion, according to a new study by an international team of researchers. The study, led by Dr. Meridith Joyce from The Australian National University (ANU), not only gives Betelgeuse a new lease on life, but shows it is both smaller and closer to Earth than previously thought. Dr. Joyce says the supergiant—which is part of the Orion constellation—has long fascinated scientists. But lately, it's been behaving strangely. Stay Tuned!