Cygnus, a constellation that lies in the Milky Way between Lyra and Pegasus. It contains the first-magnitude star Deneb. Deneb and four other stars within the constellation form the Northern Cross. Cygnus is named for a character in Greek mythology who was turned into a swan and placed in the heavens by the god Apollo.
Do the two meet for one final, fantastic explosion? Or maybe the sun just gets a bit of wind? Or maybe nothing of consequence happens at all? Only one way to find out.
A dying star can explode with the force of a few octillion nuclear bombs and create any element in the universe. But why do stars go supernova?