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Old Feb 19th, 2020, 01:27 PM   #91
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From looking at the two shots, I subscribe to the 'dust ejection' scenario. The core brightness appears to be the same intensity, just hindered by an obstacle, like a cloud of dust.
Betelgeuse Is Brightening Again

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The Arecibo Observatory has now completely collapsed and destroyed the dish underneath


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Related: After Arecibo, NASA isn't sure what comes next for planetary radar (Space.com)
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