Virgo, a constellation and the sixth sign of the zodiac. The name means the virgin. The constellation contains Spica, a bright double star. In northern latitudes, Virgo is visible in the evening during the spring and early summer.
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?