Several classical age writers described Sirius as red or reddish or more red than Mars, along with other red and orange stars that are still the same colors described in the past.

Sirius has been described in recent times as a star near the end of time on the main sequence, but still hundreds of thousands of years short of any spectacular change.

If The Star Sirius Was Described As Red In Historical Times, Why Is It White Now?

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