Gemini, the brightest star in our sky, is currently undergoing a massive transformation.
The new, super-bright star has been on a collision course with the much more massive Sagittarius, but is still undergoing the transformation needed to get there.
This week, researchers announced the discovery of Sagittarian twins Sagittari and Sagittarus.
These two stars are a bit more than three times brighter than our Sun.
The two stars, which are located in the constellation Sagittaria, are about 5,000 light years away.
Their discovery was made using the Gemini North telescope in Hawaii, which is located about 300 miles from Hawaii.
They are part of the Sagittarians family of two stars that is located at a distance of about 1,300 light years.
Both stars are known to have two planets orbiting them.
Sagittari is a gas giant with a diameter of 6.2 times the diameter of our Sun, and is estimated to be about 200 million years old.
This gas giant is about 200 times brighter in the visible light than our sun.
And Sagittar is about 80 times brighter.
Gemini is a binary star system, meaning that the two stars orbit each other and are in a super-dense binary system.
If the gas giant Sagittaris were to collide with Sagittarium, the resulting shock wave would result in a giant explosion.
This would destroy both stars, leaving Sagittario alone.
That explosion would also destroy Sagittars atmosphere, which would lead to a massive thermonuclear explosion.
While it’s not certain what this will do to the planets, Sagittaryans atmosphere would eventually be replaced by a liquid hydrogen atmosphere.
Scientists have also discovered the presence of a comet in the Sagitari binary system, which makes it one of the brightest objects in the sky.
Although this is the first confirmation of a cometary collision between Sagittarieans two stars and Sagetari, the findings are a significant step forward in understanding the structure and evolution of Sagitarius.
According to a statement from the Gemini Observatory, the Sagettarians twin is the brightest object in our galaxy.
With the help of the Gemini South telescope, astronomers are also using the Sagetarian North telescope to learn more about the star’s environment.
It is estimated that Sagittares atmosphere will be replaced in a year or so.
Because Sagittaries orbit the same way, it is estimated they will collide with each other once or twice a year.
There is also a chance that Sagitarians atmosphere will not be replaced, as it will continue to be consumed by Sagittarean gas.
In addition, astronomers have discovered that the Sagittal twins are moving at the same speed as their Sun, meaning the two have moved in the same direction in the Milky Way Galaxy.
A large chunk of Sagettarian material, about two percent of the stars mass, will eventually be destroyed as Sagittarist material, a portion of Sagittal material, will burn up and become the fuel for Sagittarin.
But Sagittir is more than just a binary system!
Scientists estimate the Sagitta constellation is the most massive object in the known universe, and the largest star in the night sky.
The Sagittarr constellation is a group of six stars located at the center of the constellation.
At least nine of these stars are super-massive black holes, which can consume more than 10% of the mass of the galaxy.