When the weather gives you a chance, get out and have a look at the bright red giant star Betelgeuse in the right shoulder of Orion.
It looks like it may have dimmed quiet a bit.
Betelgeuse can be quite variable, and has a complex light curve.
It has done something like this before.
But it is the faintest the star has been for 25 years.
If you listen to Brian Cox, he will tell you that Betelgeuse is likely to go supernova at any time.
But is it just about to? Probably not!
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So go out and have a look and see if you can see any difference from the last time you saw it.