One of the brightest stars of the Orion Constellation named “Betelgeuse” is going to explode anytime, maybe tomorrow or a million year in future. This Supernova Explosion due to exhaustion of fuel will result into a neutron star or a Black Hole. If this happens, it will be the nearest Black Hole to study (i.e. 430 Light years). We can safely witness the explosion in our night sky for weeks or a month as brighter as a ‘Full Moon’ even in broad daylight.