Seeing more reports confirming that Betelgeuse has stopped its unprecedented dimming, from spaceweather.com:
(Feb 20) BETELGEUSE IS BRIGHTENING AGAIN: “Don’t panic! Betelgeuse is not likely to undergo a supernova explosion anytime soon,” says South Korean research astronomer Bum-Suk Yeom. “The red supergiant star Betelgeuse appears to have finally stopped its unprecedented dimming. It’s been brightening over the last few days.” […]
According to the data, Betelegeuse reached its minimum brightness between Feb. 12th and 14th, and now it is slowly brightening again. […]
Their prediction seems to be coming true. However, it is too early to draw a firm conclusion because the turnaround–if that is indeed what is happening—is still in its early stages.
A phoenix/Janus moment? Going through the mirror…