The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Gaia satellite is primarily responsible for star mapping, although it also participates in a number of other important scientific missions. According to an ESA press release, one of them is the discovery of the Sun’s actual age, which comes with a plan for its… annihilation that would lead to the end of the Earth and the solar system.
The Sun is 4.57 billion years old, as determined by GAIA data analysis. The Sun, like other stars, will not end its life in a supernova explosion; instead, it will become a red giant and ultimately a white dwarf, a stellar “corpse,” when its fuel supply runs out.
Inner planets will be destroyed during the expansion phase, either by being “swallowed” or transformed into a true cosmic coal. Even if the outer planets aren’t immediately destroyed, they will undergo significant changes as a result of the Sun’s absence.
Based on GAIA’s findings, the Sun is a mature man who, in about 5–6 billion years, will enter his expansion phase, but will not swallow the Earth. The planet will instead feel the hot breath of the star, which is expected to destroy it completely on its surface but, according to some theories, perhaps some of its interior areas will not be affected and will serve as a safe haven in case there are still people on our planet.