The sun is currently about 4.5 billion years old, which scientists are estimating to be about half its life cycle. This means that the sun has about 5 billion years before it starts burning the hydrogen layers around its core, swelling up to a red giant for another 2 billion years before ‘dying’ and becoming a white dwarf.
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