After every star is gone in the universe what will happen?

I know this will be many trillions of years from now 

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  • 1 month ago
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    i would ask god this question, hes the only one that would know

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Perhaps the basic geometry of space requires black holes, stars, etc. and will collapse into a singularity, followed by another big bang. But I doubt it.

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    The stars will not be gone, but transformed into cooling white dwarfs, neutron stars or black holes and those who are too light (like brown and red dwarfs) will stay that way and eventually will also fade away. But the universe is expanding and according to some theories space will expand so fast at a given time that it will even rip apart planetary bodies and eventually down to the last atom, positron, neutrons, quark until there is nothing left. But, this is for us humans hard to understand. Better not to worry too much about it.

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  • 1 month ago

    The universe will be cold and dark...There won't be enough concentration of hydrogen for any new stars, and when the last star has died (probably a small red dwarf), then there'll be nothing but darkness.  

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    New stars are constantly being born. 

  • Mark
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    1 month ago

    It depends on if the universe keeps expending or collapses into itself.

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